It seems I missed at least three IDE’s in my post from earlier this week.
- Rialto (Rich Internet Application Toolkit) has released the Rialto Studio, a browser-based visual designer similar to ZK’s Zero Kode, though a lot more polished.
- JSC is definitely a weird one. It claims to allow you to build Ajax and J2ME applications from C# code. It is supposed to work with any C# capable IDE, including Visual Studio. From their project page:
The compiler extracts CIL from a .net assembly. It filters out the classes which are marked with the ScriptAttribute. It selects the target language and emits the source.
Confused yet? There is a flash movie that demonstrates the workings of their tool, but they are going have to make it a whole lot easier for developers to understand and use their tool if they hope to have anyone adopt it.