Introducing OpenLaszlo 4

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Toward desktop-like rich Internet applications with OpenLaszlo 4.
Learning More about OpenLaszlo

Check out the Laszlo Systems Web site for more information on OpenLaszlo (see Resources). Be sure to take 30 minutes to view the rather excellent screencast provided, which has OpenLaszlo guru Adam Wolff stepping through some of the technology's features (note: Adam's video inspired much of the material in this article). To learn most of what there is to know about LZX, check out the Manning Publications book: Laszlo in Action (see Resources). All of the LZX and Ruby code presented in this article is available for download from the Linux Journal FTP site (see Resources).

Paul Barry (paul.barry@itcarlow.ie) lectures at the Institute of Technology, Carlow in Ireland. Find out more about the stuff he does at his Web site: glasnost.itcarlow.ie/~barryp.

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