4D Announces OS X Version, Free Upgrade For Current Users

4D Inc. has announced that they will soon be releasing an OS X version of their 4D server suite, version 6.7. There will be no change in functionality between the current 6.7 version and 6.7 for OS X other than added X functionality. Furthermore, current registered users of 4D 6.7 will be allowed to get the OS X version for free. According to 4D Inc.:

4D, Inc., publishers of the 4th Dimension v6.7 RAD/RDBMS Environment and WebSTAR Server Suite 4, announced today that it will be providing the native Mac OS X upgrade versions of 4D v6.7 products at no charge to registered 4D 6.7 product owners.

4D v6.7 for Mac OS X will be offered as a free download for all registered 4D v6.7 products owners. The beta release of 4D Server v6.7 for Mac OS X has already been released to 4D Partners. Beginning Q3 of this year, 4D, Inc. will begin itis release of native Mac OS X versions of its products starting with 4D Server v6.7 for Mac OS X.

4D Version 6.7 offers application developers a truly standard-setting, professional suite of application and web development tools for both Windows and Mac. Meticulously engineered, 4D Version 6.7 builds upon an award-winning legacy of over fifteen years of relational database and rapid application development expertise providing unprecedented ease and flexibility. The rich development and multi-threaded environment is immediately realized yielding gratifying results through the efficiency of code-conserving components and dynamic form creation. 4D Version 6.7 boasts new and mature web technology along with important and riveting GUI enhancement. For those new to 4D and for the established 4D developer, Version 6.7 offers the most compelling development environment on the market. Here are a few of the new features in the 4D v6.7.x product line: HTML 4.0 and CSS1, SSL, Full CGI Support, XML, WML, Form Inheritance, dynamic forms, components, theme support, all-new 4D Tools, automatic transportation and many new commands.

Pricing for 4D starts at US$349. You can find more information at the 4D Inc. Web site.

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