Corel reaffirms commitment to Java

Nerney, Chris
August 1997
Network World;08/25/97, Vol. 14 Issue 34, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the changes announced by Corel Corp. regarding its Java applications strategy. Name change for its Office for Java productivity software; Delays in the release of the Office for Java software; Development of a client/server software design to enable Windows NT applications to run of any operation systems that utilize Java Virtual Machines.


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