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IBM WebSphere Homepage Builder

IBM WebSphere Homepage Builder is a WYSIWYG HTML editor which allows you to create Web pages without any HTML knowledge or programming skills. It is suitable for beginners and experts. It includes all the tools necessary to create Web pages, including graphic tools which lets you create logos, buttons, and animation GIF files with just a few simple steps. The program includes up-to-date technology -- such as Cascading Style Sheets, Java applets and Dynamic HTML.

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  •  07 Aug 2000 06:22

    Release Notes: A name change to IBM WebSphere Homepage Builder V4.0 for Linux, formerly TopPage for Linux beta.

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    26 Mar 2003 10:57 dizimatt

    Re: Sucks

    >
    > % Travis is kind of right - it's not
    > too
    > % slow.... however.....
    > %
    > % Correct me if I'm wrong but, I think
    > the
    > % point is that if this was programmed
    > as
    > % a native linux app, it would be
    > % blisteringly fast compared to this
    > % version
    > % Don't you agree?
    > %
    > % Matt
    > %
    > %
    > %
    > % %
    > % % % Slow as hell. How do you really
    > % have
    > % % % make such a bad product? Don't
    > you
    > % % have
    > % % % money to make an full-linux app
    > % % instead
    > % % % of porting Windoze one?
    > % % %
    > % % % One nonte: this programm needs at
    > % % % least a 700 Mhz machine to be run
    > % % % nicely.
    > % % %
    > % % % bye
    > % %
    > % %
    > % % c'mon it isn't that slow, I have a
    > % 400
    > % % mhz machine and it ran pretty
    > decent.
    > % % Although the app is a little slow
    > on
    > % the
    > % % start, it ran fine for me, maybe
    > yall
    > % % should check you OS configurations.
    > %
    > %
    > %
    >
    >
    >
    > Wow, it's been about a year and a half
    > now since I made that comment. I agree
    > completely with Matt, it would be much
    > faster if it was a native application. I
    > guess my last post was mainly me just
    > venting on someone for whining about IBM
    > not investing money in something so he
    > could get it for free. In my mind they
    > met us halfway.
    >


    well, at this moment it still haven't won me over enough to pay for it, but if it was natively written, then I'm sure the speed will win me over, and I will gradly buy it.

    but in the mean time, I guess I'm still searching for REAL linux apps

    Matt

    25 Mar 2003 20:29 cinnix

    Re: Sucks

    > Travis is kind of right - it's not too
    > slow.... however.....
    >
    > Correct me if I'm wrong but, I think the
    > point is that if this was programmed as
    > a native linux app, it would be
    > blisteringly fast compared to this
    > version
    > Don't you agree?
    >
    > Matt
    >
    >
    >
    > %
    > % % Slow as hell. How do you really
    > have
    > % % make such a bad product? Don't you
    > % have
    > % % money to make an full-linux app
    > % instead
    > % % of porting Windoze one?
    > % %
    > % % One nonte: this programm needs at
    > % % least a 700 Mhz machine to be run
    > % % nicely.
    > % %
    > % % bye
    > %
    > %
    > % c'mon it isn't that slow, I have a
    > 400
    > % mhz machine and it ran pretty decent.
    > % Although the app is a little slow on
    > the
    > % start, it ran fine for me, maybe yall
    > % should check you OS configurations.
    >
    >
    >

    Wow, it's been about a year and a half now since I made that comment. I agree completely with Matt, it would be much faster if it was a native application. I guess my last post was mainly me just venting on someone for whining about IBM not investing money in something so he could get it for free. In my mind they met us halfway.

    25 Mar 2003 12:38 dizimatt

    Re: Sucks
    Travis is kind of right - it's not too slow.... however.....

    Correct me if I'm wrong but, I think the point is that if this was programmed as a native linux app, it would be blisteringly fast compared to this version
    Don't you agree?

    Matt

    >
    > % Slow as hell. How do you really have
    > % make such a bad product? Don't you
    > have
    > % money to make an full-linux app
    > instead
    > % of porting Windoze one?
    > %
    > % One nonte: this programm needs at
    > % least a 700 Mhz machine to be run
    > % nicely.
    > %
    > % bye
    >
    >
    > c'mon it isn't that slow, I have a 400
    > mhz machine and it ran pretty decent.
    > Although the app is a little slow on the
    > start, it ran fine for me, maybe yall
    > should check you OS configurations.


    21 Sep 2001 07:50 cinnix

    Re: Sucks

    > Slow as hell. How do you really have
    > make such a bad product? Don't you have
    > money to make an full-linux app instead
    > of porting Windoze one?
    >
    > One nonte: this programm needs at
    > least a 700 Mhz machine to be run
    > nicely.
    >
    > bye


    c'mon it isn't that slow, I have a 400 mhz machine and it ran pretty decent. Although the app is a little slow on the start, it ran fine for me, maybe yall should check you OS configurations.

    18 Sep 2001 16:55 Dela

    Sucks
    This is a truly awful program. It looks really nice, but since it runs on WINE (AFAIK) it runs so slow as to be unuseable. I agree with the above comment - why don't IBM make a program *for* Linux, instead of emulating. Instead of downloading, do yourself a huge favour and learn some HTML. It's not too difficult, and then all you need to make your homepage is emacs / vim / whatever....

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