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Since at this point, there are not many people actively involved in developing JNEXT, my dilemma is whether to spend more time researching how to make JNEXT's security watertight or to forget about Web deployment for now, define JNEXT as a tool for rapid application development and concentrate on creating cool extensions for it.
Anyone care to comment ?
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However, once completed, this framework will have the potential to change the way we think about what Web sites can do.
As always, good technology is never enough, and so the next step (which I intend to start implementing with the next release) is to make sure that installing and using JNEXT by both Web users and Web site developers will be ridiculously simple, extremely appealing and uncompromisingly secure. To this effect, cool sample RIA via JNEXT applications will be added to jnext.org and client and server side installation and management will be much simpler and more user friendly.
There's plenty to do so I'll stop blabbing now and get to work...
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As always, full sources are available for download as well
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