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Visual Cafe

A family of Java development products formerly from the WebGain division of Symantec and sold to TogetherSoft Corporation in 2002, which was acquired by Borland in 2003. Versions for Windows and the Macintosh were available that included a host of Java components and features for rapidly building applications. Visual Cafe superseded Cafe, Symantec's first-generation Java product. As of Version 2.0, Visual Cafe was renamed Visual Cafe for Java. With Borland's acquisition, JBuilder became the upgrade path for Visual Cafe developers.
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