Softquad has launched a beta version of WebFiler Interactive, the first end-user database for the Web. With only a browser that support frames, WebFiler lets users create tables on the fly, enter and analyse data, transfer data between a server and a desktop machine via email, FTP or HTTP, import and export information from a variety of data sources, and manipulate data using one or more of its batch operations. WebFiler will run on any CGI-compliant server.
Pricing will be announced at time of official release in mid April.
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