Aestiva "Rapid Application Development" Language Recommended for Corporate Applications.
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, Browser-Native Software Company Promotes HTML/OS as The Next "Rapid Application Development" Language
TORRANCE Torrance, industrial and residential city (1990 pop. 133,107), Los Angeles co., SW Calif.; inc. 1921. It has large aircraft and electronics industries. Among its many manufactures are aircraft, electronics, communications equipment, aluminum products, steel, and , Calif. -- Aestiva Software announced this week it will begin promoting the software programming language Aestiva HTML/OS as a Rapid Application Development solution for browser-based applications.
The company has about ten years of experience behind the HTML/OS coding language and estimates it has already been adopted in 10% of the Fortune 1000.
The HTML/OS language is used for building browser-native business applications. The tool offers a single web-based construction environment compared to conventional tools, which use multiple technologies pieced together. The complexities with conventional tools, the company claims, has dissuaded millions of individuals from coding their own applications.
"Aestiva's developed the coding language for everyday programmers, not just those who make it their life's calling. It's a 'Rapid Application Development' or RAD (1) (Rapid Application Development) Developing systems incrementally and delivering working pieces every three to four months, rather than waiting until the entire project is programmed before implementing it. language that can be used by programmers at all levels," says Aestiva.
Information on the HTML/OS language can be found at http://www.htmlos.org, which includes "How-To" documents, with names like "A database editor in 8 lines of code The statements and instructions that a programmer writes when creating a program. One line of this "source code" may generate one machine instruction or several depending on the programming language. A line of code in assembly language is typically turned into one machine instruction. " or "A login Signing in and gaining access to a network server, Web server or other computer system. The process (the noun) is a "login" or "logon," while the act of doing it (the verb) is to "log in" or to "log on. page in 5 lines of code" to show just how rapidly programs can be coded.
About Aestiva Software:
Founded in 1996, Aestiva serves thousands of customers worldwide. The company specializes in 100% browser-native technology that can be installed with limited or no IT overhead.