[General] [ANN] HTML Layout and Rendering Engine for Morphic is now shipping

ALT Mobile DEV dev at altmobile.com
Fri Mar 21 15:16:40 CET 2008

Sorry that should have been: "...since LK is in flux, we haven't  

and not "...since LK rted..."


ALT Mobile

http://altmobile.com/Home.html (web site)
http://web.mac.com/altmobile (official company blog)

On Mar 21, 2008, at 9:41 AM, ALT Mobile DEV <dev at altmobile.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> A new release of our Web 2.0 developer tools are now shipping.  
> Included is the "HTML Layout and Rendering Engine and a Form Editor  
> for Morphic" that I announced here:
> http://livelykernel.sunlabs.com/pipermail/general/20080127/000004.html
> To ease development of LK apps, I've bundled a copy of LK. We  
> include an embedded web server, so it's a complete web development  
> environment for building Web mash-ups with LK clients :-)
> Since LK rted all of our mash-up tools to LK and consequently there  
> is no formal product documentation. I'll blog with samples over the  
> weekend.
> And here's the blog announcement:
> http://web.mac.com/altmobile/altmobile_blog/ALT_Mobile_Blog/Entries/2008/3/21_Announcing_XML_Studio_v7.3.html
> I am pleased to announce that version 7.3 of the <alt> XML Studio is  
> now shipping. Featuring the industry's first commercial Comet  
> developer tools, the XML Studio breaks new ground in the development  
> and testing of Web 2.0 applications.
> Developers can now build and test real-time streaming mash-up  
> applications. Version 7.3 embeds a copy of the upcoming <alt>  
> Dynamic Mashup Server  which uses a custom version of Grizzly, the  
> Comet technology from Sun.
> rgb(70, 60, 60); font-family: ArialMT, Arial, sans-serif; font-size:  
> 15px; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; font-weight: normal;  
> letter-spacing: 0px; line-height: 20px; margin-bottom: 0px; margin- 
> left: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-top: 0px; opacity: 1; padding- 
> bottom: 0px; padding-top: 0px; text-align: left; text-decoration:  
> none; text-indent: 0px; text-transform: none; ">In addition to its  
> Web 2.0 server support, version 7.3 of the XML Studio adds mash-up  
> developer support for 3 new Web 2.0 client technologies: Mozilla  
> Prism (the single-sit y from Mozilla Labs, Sun's Likely Kernel (a  
> JavaScript/SVG web programming environment from Sun Labs), and  
> Microsoft's WebSlices (a new feature of Internet Explorer 8).
> Previous versions of the XML Studio introduced mash-up developer  
> tools for Opera Widgets, Apple Dashboard Widgets, Adobe AIR,  
> Microsoft Vista Sidebar Gadgets, RSS mash-up feeds, Yahoo! Pipes,  
> Google Gadgets, JavaFX Script, and Safari on iPhone.
> Version 7.3 of the XML Studio also adds new capabilities to its Web  
> 3.0 semantic web developer tools. Now, our RDF mash-up meta data  
> includes support for SSML-- the W3C standard for speech synthesis.  
> By explicitly including text-to-speech technology in our mash-up RDF  
> definitions, we hope that both the visually impaired and non-English  
> speaking users will become full participants in the mash-up  
> revolution.
> The <alt> XML Studio is available for Mac OS X, Windows XP, Windows  
> Vista, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE, Ubuntu, and Solaris.
> To download a copy of the <alt> XML Studio, visit http://altmobile.com/Home.html
> --Zaid
> ALT Mobile
> http://altmobile.com/Home.html (web site)
> http://web.mac.com/altmobile (official blog)
> >
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