Various authors, Aug 04, 2005
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I spent about an hour this morning touring this site, and my time was well rewarded. Laszlo is a rich and yet intuitive scripting language that allows website authors to create attractive and interactive websites using remote data (such as XML or database contents). If you are involved in course or resource design, do take a look at this application. Laszlo is open source, with compiled versions for Windows, Linux and Apple. Via Jeremy Hunsinger.
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