PRNewswire: Inprise Releases Free Cross-Platform Java Development ToolDec 08, 1999, 22:29 (5 Talkback[s])
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"At the Java Business (SM) Conference in New York City, Inprise Corporation (Nasdaq: INPR) today announced the availability of JBuilder 3 Foundation, a cross platform development environment for creating Java(TM) 2 platform-based applications for Linux, the Solaris(TM) Operating Environment, and Windows. The product is available for free download at Inprise's Web site, www.borland.com/jbuilder...."
"This is the first version of JBuilder for the Linux operating system. As a leading independent application tools developer, Inprise is committed to providing our customers with the solutions they need to conduct business over the Internet," said Dale Fuller, interim president and CEO of Inprise Corporation. "We are making JBuilder Foundation, the market's most requested Java development tool, available to the market at no cost. This is not just a trial or demonstration version but a production quality tool that Java developers can use now to benefit from the power, performance and productivity of JBuilder across multiple platforms, including Linux, Solaris and Windows operating systems."
"Inprise has always been a strong supporter of the Java platform, and Inprise's new JBuilder 3 Foundation gives Java developers the necessary core development features to enable cross-platform development of enterprise applications based on the Java platform," said George Paolini, vice president, Java Community Development at Sun Microsystems, Inc. "JBuilder 3 Foundation enables developers to quickly and easily develop Java technology-based applications to deploy on Linux workstations and servers."
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