Friday January 12th, 2001
David Boswell writes in:
"Recently several new projects have been added to mozdev for a total of 23. Some of the most recent projects that were added include mozmp and lizzard, media player projects similiar to Real Player and WinAmp. Also recently added is the Snippets project which acts as a central repository for code fragments that other projects might find useful, and the Sherlock project which collects different search engine sidebar enhancements in one place. If you haven't checked it out recently, come on over and see what we're working on."
#2 Re: mozilla > java ? hooray() : dontcare();
by gerbilpower <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sunday January 14th, 2001 3:08 PM
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Mozilla can't be a replacement for Java, although both can be used to create cross-platform apps, Mozilla, for example, doesn't have the graphical APIs that Java has. Each kinda fits into its own different niche.