Inprise Australia/New Zealand has announced the availability of its latest Java business and database applications development tool, Borland JBuilder 3.
Alex Roedling, JBuilder product manager at Borland, claims JBuilder 3 has been designed to be the "ultimate solution" for developers using Java.
"JBuilder 3 is suitable for the educational, single-user, project team and enterprise marketplaces," Roedling said.
Wrapping up Inprise's nine city Australia and New Zealand roadshow last week, Roedling said the visual development tool provides support for creating pure Java applications, applets, servlets, JavaBeans, and enterprise JavaBeans.
JBuilder 3 includes visual tools and designers, Wizards, integrated CORBA support, Java 2 support, Two-Way-Tools facilitating code manipulation, Java 2 JFC/Swing support and debugging capabilities, Roedling added.
With a host of customers in Australia including St George, Centrelink, and Nokia, Graham Porter, Inprise marketing director, said the new version of JBuilder provides "great opportunities for resellers" in both reselling the product as well as being an ideal tool for the customisation and development of Java-based applications for clients.
Porter said that while the Windows version is available now, a Solaris version will be available in Q4 this year with a Linux version to follow.
JBuilder 3 Enterprise, JBuilder 3 Professional, and JBuilder 3 Standard have an RRP for new users of $3999, $1299, and $169 respectively.
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