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Introduction

OpenSyllabus (or OSYL) is a is a Model-based Rich Web Editor aimed at creating and editing structured course Syllabi, or course outlines.

The purpose of this documentation is to explain how the Sakai platform has been combined with the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) to build fast "desktop-like" (or Web 2.0) applications that run in a browser.

We will also explain how OSYL has been integrated as a normal Sakai tool and how standard Java tools like Eclipse can be used for this project.

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