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Creating J2EE(tm) Apps with XML Tunneling

  Asked By: Kevin    Date: May 17    Category: Java    Views: 842
  

InsiTech has made available a free Community Edition of XTT
(XML Tunneling Technology) that integrates with Sun Java(tm)
Studio Standard 5 update 1. This provides a framework the
enable the rapid development of distributed Java forms.

The XTT Framework allows Swing-based Java clients to be
built with a client-side library of 216 KB thus allowing for
rich GUI J2EE applications to be optimized for deployment
over the Internet and distributed more easily.

InsiTech has made available a free Community Edition of XTT
to encourage Java developers to join the existing XTT
community and see just how easy it is to build thin-client
rich GUI J2EE solutions within the XTT Framework. The
online User Forum provides the XTT Developer Community
access to code samples, collaboration, and real world use
cases.

For more information:
developers.sun.com/.../xtt.html?ssobm=yg

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