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Java already spoken here

Silicon Valley software design company BulletProof releases an interface design tool that builds in Java but requires no knowledge of the actual language.

Silicon Valley software design company BulletProof has just released an interface design tool for ODBC database front-ends that builds in Java but requires no knowledge of the actual language.

JDesigner Pro targets companies that are building cross-platform intranet database clients that run in a Java-compatible browser. The tab-menu interface is predetermined to speed up the design process. Other features include automatic standard query language code generation for new fields, chart wizards, spreadsheet display, multilevel programmable access control, and built-in database connectivity.

The tool is free, as are developer licenses. BulletProof will receive compensation only when a system built with JDesigner Pro is deployed for commercial use. Basic deployment of a JDesigner Pro-built system on the Internet costs $350, with a sliding scale for anything requiring more complex usage.

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