"A team of IBM summer interns has created a free, new tool that
eases the task of writing Linux-based software. The tool,
called "Sash Weblications," allows Web developers who don't have
extensive programming experience to write software that runs on the
increasingly popular Linux operating system."
"With Sash Weblications, Web developers who know Web programming
such as for expense and sales reports, as well as games, without
knowing Visual Basic, C++ or other complicated languages, said Dave
Grossman, an IBM Distinguished Engineer."
"Software written with the Sash tool can run whether or not
the PC is connected to the Internet, Grossman said. For
example, an employee filling out an expense report while
disconnected can simply log on and synch the data up to the
corporate network, he said."
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