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hmmm. what's up with whitebeam. it sounds useful:
"Whitebeam is an Open Source project which provides a complete rapid development environment for Web applications allowing sophisticated, robust and secure applications to be built using only XML and JavaScript.

"The Whitebeam architecture integrates two popular and robust Open Source platforms - Apache and Mozilla's SpiderMonkey JavaScript engine - with it's own powerful XML environment and security architecture."
suspiciously, google doesn't turn up much and the web developer newsgroup is silent. might still give a try though. [via dangerousmeta]
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8/08/2001 10:41:00 PM 0 comments


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