Runtime Revolution will be previewing the upcoming version of Revolution 1.5 at Macworld this week. Revolution is a cross-platform software development tool designed for creating applications for multiple platform deployment. The update will be shipping with several new features including an XML library. The Runtime Revolution development team will be on hand to field questions and demonstrate the latest Revolution version. According to Runtime Revolution:
Revolution 1.5, the upcoming new version of the leading multi-platform development tool, will be previewed for the public for the first time at Macworld Expo in New York, Runtime Revolution announced today.
Revolution developers, members of the press, and the public are invited to the Revolution booth to see a hands-on demonstration of 1.5is new features and to talk to the Revolution team.
Revolution allows developers of all levels to write custom, internet, database, multimedia and CGI processing applications.
Revolution 1.5, scheduled for release in 3Q 2002, continues Runtime Revolutionis mission to deliver the best in rapid application development. Version 1.5 builds on Revolutionis proven power and ease, bringing major new features to Revolutionis developer community:
- XML library for creating and parsing XML documents
- Spreadsheet-format text fields
- New sound-recording architecture
- MIDI music file creation and playing
- Windows of any size and shape
- Fully Perl-compatible regular expressions
- Transcript Cookbook of useful script routines
You can find more information about the Runtime preview at the Runtime Revolution Web site. Revolution 1.5 will be available in Q3 starting at US$299.00 for the Small Business Development Kit.