Advanced Software Technologies, Inc. Announces Availability of GDPro 5.0; Dramatically Enhanced Java Support Includes Live Round Trip Engineering for Faster Development.Business Editors
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Advanced Software, producer of the GDPro UML (Unified Modeling Language) An object-oriented analysis and design language from the Object Management Group (OMG). Many design methodologies for describing object-oriented systems were developed in the late 1980s. visual design & development tool, announces the release of GDPro 5.0, with major new enhancements to accelerate development of e-business applications using Java.
GDPro allows application developers to design and develop e-business applications using visual blueprints of Java, EJB (Enterprise JavaBeans) A software component in Sun's J2EE platform, which provides a pure Java environment for developing and running distributed applications. EJBs are written as software modules that contain the business logic of the application. , C++ and IDL (1) (Interface Definition Language) A language used to describe the interface to a routine or function. For example, objects in the CORBA distributed object environment are defined by an IDL, which describes the services performed by the object and how the data code. It helps to manage the complexity inherent in e-business applications, by bringing visibility and traceability across the development lifecycle.
New Features include Live Java Round Trip Engineering
GDPro now includes Live Round Trip Engineering. This feature is key to keeping diagrams and code always in sync during development. GDPro takes this feature to the next level by offering analysts and architects the option to control when Round Trip generates code, eliminating the overhead of writing code that may never be needed at implementation. "GDPro is all about providing control and flexibility to the development team," states Joshua Horwitz, Director of Marketing at Advanced Software.
Additional new product features include: Enterprise Java Bean See JavaBeans. Support, Source Code Viewer, JavaDoc Editors, COM (1) (Computer Output Microfilm) Creating microfilm or microfiche from the computer. A COM machine receives print-image output from the computer either online or via tape or disk and creates a film image of each page. Add-In Architecture, Customizable Toolbars, Stereotype Support, SCCI SCCI SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) Chambers of Commerce and Industry
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First R5 Customer Highlights Tool For Productivity Enhancement
"GDPro 5.0 provides a single source for the tools our development team needs...I expect our learning curve to be low and our development productivity to increase," states Susan A. Falvai, Manager, OS and Networking for CyberGuard Corporation. She adds, "The excellent support I received during our evaluation of GDPro and the timely addition of new features indicate that Advanced Software is focused on its customers and has produced a product it is willing to stand behind and continually improve."
Pricing and Availability
A floating license of GDPro starts at $2995. Contact Advanced Software Technologies, Inc. at 800-811-2784 (or 1-303-730-7981) or visit the company's Web site at www.advancedsw.com for additional pricing and distributor information. Starting Friday, September 29th, GDPro 5.0 will be readily available for download at the company website.
About Advanced Software Technologies, Inc.
Advanced Software Technologies, Inc., a leader in the fast-growing field of software e-asset management, develops and markets visual application design solutions that bring control and predictability to the management of e-business software assets. Leading Fortune 1000 companies such as Lucent, America Online See AOL. , NASDAQ NASDAQ
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