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WO is a free Java framework for developing Internet applications. WO supports Rapid Application Development (RAD) of Ajax, web services, streaming media, file transfers, and many other web technologies. WO was originally developed by and for NeXT computers in the mid 1990's. Originally written in Objective C, NeXT ported it to Java in the late 1990s.

WO has an active developer community which provides support through the WO Developer and WO Deployment email lists. New developers may also find the WO Community Wiki helpful.

Introduction[edit | edit source]

Enterprise Object Framework (EOF)[edit | edit source]

Introduction[edit | edit source]

Modeling[edit | edit source]

Using EOF[edit | edit source]

Web Applications[edit | edit source]

Introduction[edit | edit source]

Development[edit | edit source]

Deployment[edit | edit source]

Web Services[edit | edit source]

Complementary Frameworks[edit | edit source]

Project WONDER[edit | edit source]

WireHose[edit | edit source]

LEWOStuff[edit | edit source]

GVC Frameworks and GVC.SiteMaker[edit | edit source]

Development Tools[edit | edit source]

Direct-To[edit | edit source]

Case Studies[edit | edit source]

Java Client[edit | edit source]

Testing[edit | edit source]

Database Compatibility / Comparisons[edit | edit source]

Alternative Technologies Pros / Cons[edit | edit source]

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