The Internet Foundation Classes (IFC) is a graphics library for Java originally developed by Netcode Corporation and first released by Netscape Corporation on December 16, 1996. The Java IFC was fairly close to the early versions of the Objective C NeXTStep classes for NeXT. A builder tool was also included under the IFC umbrella that was close in spirit (but significantly limited in functionality) to NeXT's Interface Builder. This ecosystem was attractive to NeXT application developers interested in looking at the Java language.

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  • The Internet Foundation Classes (IFC) is a graphics library for Java originally developed by Netcode Corporation and first released by Netscape Corporation on December 16, 1996. The Java IFC was fairly close to the early versions of the Objective C NeXTStep classes for NeXT. A builder tool was also included under the IFC umbrella that was close in spirit (but significantly limited in functionality) to NeXT's Interface Builder. This ecosystem was attractive to NeXT application developers interested in looking at the Java language. (en)
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  • The Internet Foundation Classes (IFC) is a graphics library for Java originally developed by Netcode Corporation and first released by Netscape Corporation on December 16, 1996. The Java IFC was fairly close to the early versions of the Objective C NeXTStep classes for NeXT. A builder tool was also included under the IFC umbrella that was close in spirit (but significantly limited in functionality) to NeXT's Interface Builder. This ecosystem was attractive to NeXT application developers interested in looking at the Java language. (en)
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  • Internet Foundation Classes (en)
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