Tek-Tools Announces JForge Ultra 3.0: The Visual Development Environment for Building Applications With Javabeans.
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DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--APRIL 17, 2000
Save Time with JForge's Support for Visual and Non-Visual Beans See JavaBeans. ,
Event Handling, and Multiple Work Areas
Tek-Tools, Inc., a provider of software development tools, announced today the release of JForge Ultra 3.0, the Visual Development Environment for building applications with JavaBeans A component software architecture from Sun that runs in the Java environment. JavaBeans are independent Java program modules that are called for and executed. They have been used primarily for developing user interfaces at the client side. (TM).
JForge Ultra 3.0 represents a new generation of Java(TM) development environments offering such dynamic features as support for visual and non-visual beans and event handling, while still retaining the functions of a traditional GUI builder Visual programming software that lets a user build a graphical user interface by dragging and dropping elements from a toolbar onto the screen. It may be a stand-alone program or part of an application development system or client/server development system. .
"JForge Ultra is an exciting new concept paving the way towards dynamic interaction between visual and non-visual beans," said Ken Barth Barth , John Simmons Born 1930.
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Noun 1. , President of Tek-Tools, Inc.
JForge Ultra 3.0, which works with Sun Microsystems'(TM) JDK (Java Development Kit) A Java software development environment from Sun. It includes the JVM, compiler, debugger and other tools for developing Java applets and applications. Each new version of the JDK adds features and enhancements to the language. 1.2, saves the developer time by categorizing visual beans (those represented graphically on the workspace) and non-visual beans (those that are not represented visually on the workspace but contribute to the functionality of the interface). Additionally, the new Quick Helper allows the developer to efficiently jump to the most commonly changed properties of beans. Other key features of JForge Ultra 3.0 include a Multiple Document Interface See MDI.
(programming) Multiple Document Interface - (MDI) The ability of an application program to show windows giving views of more than one document at a time.
The opposite is Single Document Interface (SDI). (MDI (1) (Multiple Document Interface) A Windows function that allows an application to display and lets the user work with more than one document at the same time. ), a code generation filter and writes 100% pure non-proprietary Java source code to run on any platform.
Pricing and Availability
JForge Ultra 3.0 is currently available for a 30-day free evaluation at www.tek-tools.com. Pricing begins at $199 for a single developer license. Special academic and volume quantity pricing is also available.
About Tek-Tools, Inc.
Tek-Tools is a provider of software development tools that enhance interaction between customers, managers, and developers by anticipating companies' needs and offering instant solutions. Founded in 1993, Tek-Tools' mission is to provide its customers with powerful and effective software products to increase their productivity. For more information on JForge Ultra 3.0 and Tek-Tools products, call 972/980-2890 or visit the Tek-Tools Website at www.tek-tools.com.
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