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Old 06-03-2009, 10:50 AM   #1
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LXer: No Java Store outside US till next year

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As promised by its CEO, Jonathan Schwartz, Sun Microsystems has announced the Java Store at JavaOne 2009. The service, previously code-named Project Vector, is billed as a "consumer-facing store front enabling the discovery and purchase of Java and JavaFX applications". The service as launched at the developer conference is currently in private beta and is only available to US developers. According to a FAQ on the store, there are no plans to expand the Java Store outside the US before 2010.



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