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Karelia Introduces New Web Development Tool

Karelia Introduces New Web Development Tool

by , 8:35 AM EDT, May 17th, 2006

Karelia announced the immediate availability of Sandovox and Sandovox Pro 1.0, a graphic-based Web site development application, on Wednesday. Sandovox includes support for blog, podcast, and online photo album publication, RSS feed generation, uploading sites via FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, and .Mac, as well as support for add-on modules to enhance the application's functionality. Pro users can also supports the creation of raw HTML code so that advanced users can add their own code and server-side scripting elements.

Sandovox is a Universal Binary application, allowing it to run natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs. It requires Mac Os X 10.4.4 or higher, and is available in English and French localizations. Sandovox 1.0 is available for download at the Karelia Web site and is priced at US$39, or $69 for the Pro version.

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