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J2SE

I started to read http://www.netbeans.org/kb/55/beginning-jni-part1.html and soon realized that the article was for Windows while my main development machine is Ubuntu. OK, so it means that I don't need to install cygwin and the rest of the instructions in the article should work fine, right? (Un)fortunately, you need more than the difference in case you're a unixer (including Mac OS X). Here are...
on Dec 17, 2006
As I'm going to deliver some presentation on widgets such as Yahoo! Widgets (formely known as Konfabulator) and Google Desktop Sidebar, One idea hit me: Why not Java for widgets? Most of widgets take advantage of JavaScript to program widgets, and most of widget engines provide a considerable amount of APIs to allow programmers to work on OS, Network, and so on, which Java already has done....
on Mar 10, 2006