Project Aims to Combine Mozilla and Java

Thursday July 24th, 2003

Brad GNUberg writes: "The goal is simple. Build a Mozilla application so that a Java backend can be used to interact with a Mozilla/XUL front-end. It makes sense. Combine the power of Java's server libraries with the interactivity and user interface capability of Mozilla. Kevin Burton and Brad GNUberg are proud to announce, a central repository for open-source projects making this vision true. We have already posted two projects furthering this goal. First is a new build of BlackConnect for Mozilla 1.4 and JDK 1.3.1. BlackConnect is a pretty aggressive project... a full port of XPCOM to Java. This will allow developers to write components in JavaScript, C++, or Java and seamlessly integrate components used in other languages within the Mozilla platform. The second major project on are XPI builds of the Java Runtime, making installation of Java within Mozilla seamless for your Java-based Mozilla plugins. We need developers and testers!"

#4 local http server?

by jeti

Friday July 25th, 2003 3:47 AM

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I'm not familiar with this project. But a minimal local http server is pretty simple to implement in Java. That way you can combine your own Java code with a XUL frontend or whatever.

I even have written such a server (not fully http 1.1 compliant). If there's any interest, I'd be willing to provide the code.