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Cross-platform publishing with Soybo

Found this on MacMegasite

&quote; Soybo is a cross-platform and device independent technology that allows applications to publish their functionality as web services, accessible by any Internet-enabled device. &quote;
Check out the screenshots, it looks quite impressive. I'll give it a go as soon as I get a chance.

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#1 by Bwana

02:36 on 2 April 2003

i've been trying to get this to work for the past two nights and i cannot get any of the good services to work such as itunes, iphoto, and mail. i've tried everything on the forums but still no luck. im anxious to try to use this with my tungsten and my t68i :(

#2 by Adam Tow

19:29 on 2 April 2003


Have you posted your exact problems installing Soybo on the Soybo forums?


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