Maxum Development has released an update for NetCloak, bringing it to version 3.2. NetCloak is a Web development tool designed for Web administrators and developers. The update features support for several different server apps including OS X server and WebStar V. According to Maxum Development:
NetCloak, Maxum Developmentis award-winning tool for creating dynamic, interactive Web sites, is now available for Mac OS X.
When Maxum Development released NetCloak 1.0 back in 1994, it became the first commercial Internet server application for Mac OS. Since that time, NetCloak has evolved into a robust and easily approachable solution to dozens of the most common problems faced by modern Web developers.
Now with support for servers running Mac OS X, NetCloak 3.2 allows Web administrators running Classic Mac OS to move to OS X without sacrificing the power and ease of use they have become accustomed to.
NetCloak 3.2 supports both 4D Inc.is WebStar V and Appleis OS X Server, as well as popular Classic Mac servers such as WebStar, WebTen, AppleShare IP and others.
You can find more information about the NetCloak update at the Maxum Development Web site. NetCloak 3.2 is available for US$295.00.