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retailers could allow people to customize the products they wanted to buy online. For instance.

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businesses that had products with always-changing prices, such as airlines and car dealers.

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could sell tickets and cars on their websites. And tech companies could sell gadgets in many different colors, shapes and sizes without creating a static website for each different model.

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The iTunes and Apple Stores used WebObjects -- and actually still use some of its code. A group of WebObjects developers still exist, even though Apple hadn't updated the software since 2008.

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Jan 11, 2014

WebObjects developer Hugi Thordarson noted in an online forum that he had asked Apple whether WebObjects would ever get updated again. The company said no.

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Aug 19, 2015

The guy I spoke to called a couple of times, at first, he had absolutely no idea what WO was but the second time he called, he had obtained information and had a clear statement: 'WebObjects is a discontinued product and will never be upgraded.

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sep 11, 2014

There are now a large number of more sophisticated tools that accomplish what Jobs and WebObjects revolutionized 20 years ago.

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