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  • Canoo Community Contributions migrated to UltraLightClient '08

    The UltraLightClient team is pleased to announce that all Canoo community contributions have been ported to the new UltraLightClient ’08 release.

    Why do I think that this might be of interest to you? Because the community contributions enables you to ultra easy add valuable features to your applications. For example:

    Add interactive business charts to your application

    The JFreeChart extension contribution provides you with the necessary charting component. Click here to start a sample application that showcases the charting component.

    Add maps to your application (e.g. Google Maps)

    The JDIC integration contribution provides you with the necessary native browser component. Click here to start a sample application that showcases the native browser component.

    Add intelligent text fields to your application (à la Google Suggest)

    The Lookup Text Field contribution provides you with the necessary text field component. Click here to start a sample application that showcases the lookup text field component.

    Add multimedia to your application (e.g. videos with a Flash video player)

    Again, the JDIC integration contribution provides you with the necessary native browser component. Click here to start a sample application that showcases the native browser component.

    Link summary
    ULC Code Community
    List of migrated contributions
    Canoo UltraLightClient product page

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    2 Comments »

    1. jonas said,

      November 27, 2008 @ 16:01

      hi there!

      The integration of the mentioned contributions sounds pretty amazing but unfortunately the google maps sample app fails by throwing a ’java.net.UnknownHostException: sibylle’ exception.

      I’m pretty sure this will be fixed within the next 15 minutes :).

      cheers to all canooeys!
      jonas

    2. andremoves said,

      March 21, 2009 @ 18:18

      i loved this site please keep up the good work

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