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Panwa

Panwa is a framework based on the Qt toolkit for writing platform independent applications with high quality graphical user interfaces. Panwa applications are meant as a complementary approach to Web applications, and the framework makes it possible to create applications that combine the flexibility of Web applications with the usability advantages of native applications. Therefore, you can see it as an implementation of a "rich thin client".

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  •  01 May 2005 20:06

    Release Notes: Important bugfixes for the client and minor feature enhancements. The application API has been extended to allow simplified remoteSlot method calls.

    •  30 Jan 2005 21:14

      Release Notes: This release adds virtual server functionality that allows virtual hosting of many application sets on the same physical server. Panwa clients can now upload files.

      •  07 Jan 2005 18:09

        Release Notes: A bug in the teamsearch example application that lead to thread deadlocks has been fixed. The documentation describes a new messaging feature for inter-thread communication.

        •  30 Dec 2004 22:51

          Release Notes: This release contains a corrected installation procedure and extended functionality of the teamsearch example application, including a chat window. If you try the demo server, you will notice a very fast response once the applications are loaded for the first time, even on a 64kb line. The client is unchanged compared to the 0.20 release.

          •  28 Dec 2004 12:33

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

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