I've been following this product for about 6 months.  It's a webserver on a
desktop.  It was developed by the guy that collaborated with Microshaft and
IBM to develop the SOAP spec, and I think he had a hand in the XML-RPC spec,
as well.  At least I know XML is tightly integrated into all his products.
(He also developed the RSS (Really Simple Syndication) spec, which is used
to create newswire feeds, and integrated it into Radio UserLand.)

Looks like it has some amazing potential, so thought I'd pass this link
along (which I just skimmed): "Radio UserLand for developers"
(http://radio.userland.com/radioUserLandForDevelopers)

Don't know anything about the Frontier programming language.  It's a little
beyond me, at this stage in my career.  It runs on PowerMac, and OS-X, so I
wondered how easy it would be to port to the iSeries.  Started to write Mr.
Winer to ask, but haven't had the nerve to finish that one...  As I said, a
lot of this technology is beyond me.

jt



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