Hitting the market
Web-based training from NETg
US developer of technology-based training solutions NETg has announced the release of a number of Web-based training courses in Australia.
Targeting the corporate market, the courseware consists of several titles covering training in desktop applications such as Microsoft Excel, as well as professional-level certification in areas such as Java, HTML and SAP R/3.
This highly interactive training option does not require any proprietary software or plug-ins that could conflict with corporate cross-platform needs or security requirements, the company said.http://www.netg.co.uk/australiaSDK for Digita-enabled camerasThe creators of the Digita-standardised software platform for digital imaging appliances, Flash Point Technology and Wind River Services, have released the FlashPOint Digita application software development kit (SDK) based on Wind River's Tornado development platform.
Designed to help developers create in-camera software applications, the product represents a complete SDK solution for consumer, vertical and business application development in the imaging market, according to the companies.
Available now, FlashPoint Digita can be ordered directly from the FlashPOint Technology site (http://www.flashpoint.com) and is priced at $US399 for the standard edition.
HTBasic 7.x for Windows
Local distributor Kingdom has announced the release of the HP Basic-based development environment for Intel/Windows computers, HTBasic 7.x for Windows.
Created by TrasEra, HTBasic 7.x for Windows combines "ease of programming and application development with extensive mathematical facilities including complex-number and matrix functions", Kingdom said in a statement.
The program includes a new graphical user interface and supports several functions aimed at speeding up the migration of HP BASIC workstation users to the new 32-bit PC-based RMB language.
Kingdom (02) 9975 3272
Allaire's HTML tool HomeSite 4.5
Aiming to provide professional developers with the latest in Web development and management tools, Allaire recently enhanced its award-winning HTML editing tool HomeSite on several fronts with the release of the new version, HomeSite 4.5.
New features include collapsible code, function insight and split- window editing, flexible project management, a scriptable site deployment system, a CSS editor, an image map editor and XML/XSL awareness.
The application, which runs on Windows 95, 98 and NT, is available for $168 on CD-ROM or $50 for an upgrade.http://www.allaire.comDistributor: Firmware Design (02) 4721 7211