InterACTIVE-Technology has launched their Fall 2000 offering of licenses for ActiveDeveloper. Active Developer allows users to create native Cocoa applications for and Web-Objects Servers for Appleis Web-Objects platform. According to InterACTIVE-Technology:
Starting today, we launch our Fall 2000 offering of licenses for ActiveDeveloper - our Multi-Platform Runtime Object IDE for Developing NATIVE Cocoa Desktop Applications and WebObjects Servers for Apples Award winning WebObjects E-commerce Server platform.
Adding the ActiveDeveloper IDE we cut your API learning curve and turn Development incremental. With ActiveDeveloper you get a Runtime Object IDE that allows you to develop NATIVE Cocoa apps and WebObjects servers directly at Runtime - while they run. Thereby enabling you to get a whole lot closer to the Objects you work with ... then you can with the Standard tools.
ActiveDeveloper - Turns complex OO Programming into Interactive Scripting by giving you a Runtime Object IDE for the compiler.
- Cuts your API learning curve
- Scales to Any size Applications
- "Grow" your Objects through Runtime InterAction.
- While still deploying at Full Native Compiled Speed cross MacOS X & Server, Windows NT/98, OpenStep
ActiceDeveloper is available for US$49 for a single user license. You can find more information at the InterACTIVE-Technology web site.