March 2007
UNIX Update;Mar2007, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p8
Trade Publication
The article announces the release of Grasshopper 2.0 Technology Preview 2 by San Jose, California-based cross-platform company, Mainsoft Corp. Grasshopper 2.0 Technology Preview 2 is a plug-in to the Microsoft (R) Visual Studio (R) development environment that enables C# developers to write ASP.NET 2.0 Web applications using C# 2.0 and generics and deploy them on Linux and other Java-enabled platforms. Also included is a web site on community forums and technical articles that demonstrate how to port existing .NET 2.0 applications to Java.


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