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Bring your Java App to OS X

  Asked By: Danielle    Date: Mar 21    Category: Java    Views: 658

Despite its pretty face, Mac OS X is built on top of BSD UNIX and
comes with J2SE(tm) and Java(tm) Web Start installed. Daniel
Steinberg, who covers Java technology on the Macintosh for the
O'Reilly Network and JavaWorld magazine, helps you learn how to tweak
your Java application to make it friendlier to Mac OS X users.

To read his article, please visit:



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