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Tuesday, June 20th 2017, 6:22pm

Update?

Any chance of an update from Manuel? I still use Jabaco regularly, and I'm sure many others do also. It would be nice to know whether Manuel has any intention of continuing the project.

Thanks again for all your work so far.

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Friday, July 28th 2017, 7:42pm

Any chance of an update from Manuel? I still use Jabaco regularly, and I'm sure many others do also. It would be nice to know whether Manuel has any intention of continuing the project.

Thanks again for all your work so far.

Haven't used it for a long time, vpr. B4J has matured so much, and has so many useful features, that Jabaco features would have to fill a specific unique niche, to be relevant.

I wish Manuel the best, and hope he's working on something he enjoys.

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Saturday, July 29th 2017, 11:58am

I use Jabaco for years and continue to use it and, despite its IDE, I have realized applications for various industries (HMI, high automation, home automation, environmental security, voice and facial recognition, office systems, DSS, etc.) . For those who have used VB6 for so many years, developing with Jabaco is really fast and saves not only time but also money. Finally, the ability to use a myriad of Java libraries without the use of any wrappers or other bridges allows Jabaco to be still very competitive and this is one thing to keep in mind. However I admit that B4J is a good (great and excellent) alternative! ;)

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