Microsoft Liquid Motion

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Microsoft Liquid Motion was a product from Microsoft to create Java animations. It was based on technology acquired from Dimension-X.[1] A beta was released in 1998,[2] and version 1.0 was released soon thereafter to compete with Macromedia Flash. The product was eventually discontinued by Microsoft in 2000 due to lack of popularity.[3][4] Since Liquid Motion created Java-based animations, they were cross-platform and browser-independent.

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