CCL:Java chemistry applets?
On Sep 6, 10:06, Hinsen Konrad wrote:
> Subject: CCL:Java chemistry applets?
> Sun has been promoting a new programming language, java, as a tool
> for creating portable applications on internet. Instead of constantly
> going back to the host for additional information (a response to a mouse
> click, for example), the applet executes on the local client.
> And others have had similar ideas, as always... There is a beta test
> version of a new Web browser called Grail, which uses Python as its
> programming language for such applets. Look at
> for details.
>-- End of excerpt from Hinsen Konrad
Not enough. There is also CandleWeb (using a
language pronounced 'awe' and written Å (A with circle on top,
in case your mail reader cannot display ISO-characters)
and a recently announced new tcl/tk-based WWW browser
(not tkWWW, but I lost the reference) which uses
"secure tcl", a controlled execution environment for tcl and tk
to execute applet code,
and I use (not yet secure) tcl/tk for my apps ...
Dr. Wolf-D. Ihlenfeldt
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