MacBrowse Brings Valentia Support To FutureBASIC

MacBrowse has released a new utility allowing FutureBASIC^3 developers to use the Valentia XCMD database engine in their applications, DataShell. FutureBASIC^3 provides a powerful programming environment that is simple to learn and implement. Adding the ability to use the Valentia database engine offers FutureBASIC^3 developers even greater flexibility in their designs. According to MacBrowse:

MacBrowse is proud to announce the availability of DataShell 1.1, a driver solution that allows FutureBASIC^3 developers to use Valentina XCMD, an object-relational, SQL-powered database engine, in their applications.

FutureBASIC, from Staz Software, is an award winning development environment for the Apple Macintosh, based on the popular BASIC language. Thanks to DataShell, the wait for a FutureBASIC-enabled database engine is over. DataShell is very easy to use, no complex project setup or hard to learn syntax. You will be creating database applications from scratch in a very short period of time.

DataShell is available for US$49.95. You can find more information at the MacBrose Web site.

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