Powersoft?s client/server development tool, Powerbuilder 5.0, now supports Mac and Unix environments, giving developers the ability to build applications on Windows, Macintosh and Solaris-based systems.
Binary-compatible libraries will enable developers to maintain multi-platform applications from a single sourcecode base. Powerbuilder also featues application partitioning, which allows programmers to distribute compiled objects on client and servers across a network. Powersoft is aiming this multiple platform capability at Internet and Intranet developments. Powerbuilder contents can be saved as an HTML file for static display in a Web browser.
The company?s Web.PBTM technology is available to make distributed Powerbuilder applications accessible from Solaris and Windows NT-based Web servers.
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