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  Distributed Applications Made Easier
  Posted on Wednesday June 14, @07:20AM Pacific
Programming An Xbean is a software component that takes XML as input, processes it in some fashion and then passes XML on to the next Xbean. Xbeans are Java Beans. With the appropriate set of Xbeans and a Java Bean design tool, it is possible to build useful distributed applications with little or no programming. Read Build distributed applications with Java and XML in JavaWorld to discover the usefulness of Xbeans.

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