February 04, 2003
armadeOS

Suddenly there seem to be window engines all over the place. Here is another one by Erik Lembke called armadeOS. Work pretty smooth and implements some nice details like the animated minimize function. Unfortunately the engine itself is closed source so you will not be able to use it in your own projects. But if I read it correct, the whole site is a portal and you are invited to contribute applications that can run there.

Posted at February 04, 2003 06:13 PM | Further reading
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You should not forget egomedia, as well. :-)

http://www.egomedia.com/

Cheers.

Posted by: Elvis Mehmedovic on February 4, 2003 10:37 PM

Oh yes - how could I forget the mother of all flash oesses!

Posted by: coma2mario on February 5, 2003 10:02 AM

I despise full-screen sites and close them immediately

Posted by: senocular on February 6, 2003 01:41 PM

at first i´d like to say... thanks @ quasimondo for the mention of my project.

The most important thing i´d like to tell you all is the fact that the whole "engine" and every letter of code is done by the-one-man-team... myself.

Until now I´ve seen and learned a lot from other "engines". I´m looking forward to buildup version 2.

My whole respect for "Flash OS". I´m also impressed from these guys and their work.

Posted by: Erik Lembke on February 20, 2003 03:09 PM
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