Roy Luce skrev den 24-09-2007 18:03:
Research over the past few days indicates few viable options are available
to meet this objective. One of those options is programming in Java.
The learning curve for the Java language is quite steep, but there is an enormous amount of libraries usable to the programmers.

You may however look around for another well-supported language running on the Java _platform_ which might be more usable for your programmers.

For instance has the Java version of the Ruby language recently come out in version 1.0.1 and it should be able to do Rails. There is also Javascript, Python, Scheme, Forth, and Basic. See http://www.robert-tolksdorf.de/vmlanguages.html for inspirations. Visual Basic converters even.

Your choices may be wider than you think :)


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