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other Java based products besides StarOffice

 
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What are some other Java Products besides StarOffice?
I know that some of the IDE's are Java. but let's leave developer tools out of this.
Of course, browsers contain a VM, but the browser itself isn't exactly a Java app.
There has to be more out there. Isn't there?
 
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Are you restricting the question to consumer-level applications for desktop machines? If not then there are loads of server-side Java applicatins, and equally loads of corporate and vertical-market applications.
 
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I am thinking of consumer type stuff. Stuff that I might be able to find at the local software store on a CD.
 
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In my previous job about 2 years ago, my team made a couple of apps for elementary kids in Texas. It's supposed to be commercial, but never seen it in the shelves, probably in Texas.
Pretty nice app with custom components, JFC, JNI(for printing, JDK 1.1 has dismal printing support).
Runs well both in PC and Mac, had to do lots of tweaking though.
Oh well, it was fun while it lasted
There's also a monitor program for VPN written in Java, I don't remember the vendor.
 
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