Synon has started shipping version 3.0 of its Obsydian development tool, which has been rewritten from 16-bit into 32-bit mode to take full advantage of Windows 95 and NT. The upgrade also supports ActiveX and enhanced object pattern libraries, which developers can use as the basis of their own object-based applications. It starts at #14,500, while generators ranging from AS/400 to Java deployment platforms cost from #4,000 to #8,000.
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