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SashXB: Quickly create graphical Linux applications


This tutorial will get you started with SashXB, an interpreted language well-suited to small graphical programs.
SashXB is an open-source programming environment developed by IBM. It is the Linux rewrite of the Windows-based Sash language and uses JavaScript as a programming language. SashXB allows coders to create GUIs as HTML pages rendered with Mozilla. A SashXB weblication can execute locally or over the Web, provided you have installed the requisite runtime. It allows you to create a GUI manually or by using Glade, the GNOME user interface builder. SashXB's interpreted nature allows you to quickly produce working prototypes.
 read more | mail this link | score:7442 | -Ray, October 11, 2003
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