Network Transparent Widgets (NTW) is a protocol and application framework that allows a single server to serve thousands of remote GUI applications. The client applications are nearly indistinguishable from local, native applications. The protocol is language and architecture neutral. Server language bindings for C, Common Lisp, and Java are in heavy development.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Application Frameworks|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
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Release Notes: Client-side timer widgets have been added. The callback API on the server has been cleaned up for more intuitive programming. Documentation is completely up-to-date.
Release Notes: A new release of the NTW C server and client, along with an initial release of the Common Lisp Server. Demos are available on the ntw Web site.
Release Notes: This beta release is nearly feature complete, with all widgets working. The server portion can now be easily compiled as a library on Unix based machines and used to serve many clients. A complete demo app is included.
Release Notes: Many new widgets have been added. Lots of bugfixes were made. Windows installer files are now available.