Netscape has announced that its Internet Foundation Classes (IFC), which comprise Java objects and frameworks for building Java-based applications, will support Microsoft browsers.
IFC, which is part of the Netscape One application development initiative, will, for the first time, support not just Netscape?s own Navigator browser, but also rival Microsoft?s Internet Explorer 3.0. The aim is to woo developers writing for both browsers into building their packages using One, which will then run on Netscape servers.
Also available now are the Netscape Windowing IFCs or user interface class libraries that enable developers to build Java applications that are independent of operating system-specific windows and user interface controls.
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