NetObjects is taking over the reins of IBM and Lotus's BeanMachine and will ship a new version of the JavaBean compiler by the end of next month as NetObjects BeanBuilder 1.0. The vendor is making its first foray into the Java market with the release of BeanBuilder, which is scheduled to be available this week in beta. BeanBuilder, which enables assembly and delivery of JavaBean-based applications, will employ NetObjects' ScriptBuilder for designing Common Gateway Interface and Java scripts and will use IBM's WebSphere for deployment.
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