SoftPress Systems has made available the latest version of Freeway, a Web development tool for OS X. The new release brings support for Mac OS X, as well improved features. We are including the fluff quotes from the press release below because they say nice things about Mac OS X; this from SoftPress:
SoftPress Systems announced today the release of Freeway 3.5 for Mac OS X, the native upgrade to its award-winning Web design application for Apple?s revolutionary, UNIX-based operating system. Freeway 3.5 boasts the ease-of-use and powerful features of previous versions of Freeway, adds improved support for PHP and drag & drop, and accepts a wider range of file formats for import including layered Photoshop and Illustrator 9 and 10 files. Upgrades to Freeway 3.5 will be free-of-charge to registered owners of Freeway 3.x. A fully functional 30-day trial version of Freeway 3.5 for Mac OS X is available at http://www.softpress.com.
?Freeway 3.5 takes advantage of the remarkable power and stability of Mac OS X,? said Richard Logan, CEO of SoftPress Systems. ?Mac OS X offers tremendous flexibility, enabling smooth integration of graphic and multimedia files on to the Web and allowing us to provide a host of new features quickly.?
?Mac OS X is the most powerful and easy-to-use platform for creating, managing and sharing content on the Web,? said Ron Okamoto, Apple?s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations. ?Optimized for Mac OS X, Freeway 3.5 is a tremendous Web development tool that provides intuitive design, reliable performance and an effortless approach to create stunning Web sites.?
Freeway 3.5 for Mac OS X will have similar functionality to Freeway 3.1, and will run on both Mac OS X (v10.1.x) and Mac OS 9.x. Freeway 3.5 will utilize Mac OS X?s powerful ATSUI technology (Apple Type Services for Unicode Imaging) to provide high-level typography, while Freeway?s graphics handling is further improved by the adoption of a new graphics engine.
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