Magic Software has introduced a new version of its UniPaaS application platform, which enables .Net integration for rich internet applications (RIAs), and support for mobile devices, according to the firm.
Available immediately, UniPaaS v1.8 builds on the platform's ability to produce a single code base that can be deployed as an RIA, full-blown client software, or a web-based service.
Unlike other RIA platforms, UniPaaS uses a metadata driven approach to allow developers to speedily build applications, according to Magic.
The new release adds support for Windows Mobile, enabling customers to provide mobile workers in the field with access to applications as RIA or software-as-a-service from handheld devices.
With .Net integration for both PCs and mobile devices, UniPaaS now enables IT departments to create rich business applications that maximise the capabilities of the client-side user interface, while providing complete connectivity to external devices and easier reuse of existing code, Magic said.
"Applications developed today will continue to deliver value in five, 10 or even 15 years' time. Our customers will be able to take full advantage of the technological opportunities that will exist by then," said Magic Software chief technology officer Avikam Perry.
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