OpenDoc parts

OpenDoc parts

The original name for OpenDoc components, which were renamed Live Objects. See OpenDoc.
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In its first version, Component Essentials will feature a collection of fundamental new OpenDoc applications that work alone, or together with other OpenDoc parts, to let users easily build custom solutions.
Why offer OpenDoc parts as random, isolated elements when users need to understand how closely-coupled component software can address their needs in a practical way?
today unveiled a pre-release version of WorldWrite for Macintosh that can contain and embed active OpenDoc parts.
OpenDoc will therefore enable us to offer dramatically increased benefits and customized solutions to Macintosh users by adding additional OpenDoc parts.
OpenDoc's open specifications and development framework will enable users to add OpenDoc parts, whether they are created by WorldSoft or other software developers.
These components will enable AppWare users to create stand alone applications, Netscape plug-ins, OpenDoc parts, ActiveXs and OCXs, and CGIs in conjunction with other similar components currently available for database access, multimedia, and communications.
Support for building OpenDoc parts, Netscape plug-ins, and ActiveXs as well as stand alone applications.
Future ClarisWorks versions will allow users and developers to create customized solutions by embedding OpenDoc parts within its word processing, drawing, spreadsheet and database documents, and will provide a widespread and powerful solutions platform for developers.
As frames created with OpenDoc parts are activated, ClarisWorks will "arbitrate" its user interface, displaying the appropriate menu commands and tool palettes for that part.
Developers of OpenDoc parts can count on ClarisWorks as a pervasive platform, with millions of customers able to use their parts.
SSG in conjunction with Voice Pilot of Miami, Florida will be demonstrating Skybase, a voice aware relational database implemented with OpenDoc Parts.