today announced its Mambo development tool to help corporate developers rejuvenate old mainframe and transaction applications by tying them into the Web.
Mambo lets developers build intranet applications that combine Web client
access with links to existing legacy applications. The server portion of
Mambo applications can be deployed on multiple operating systems, including
Unix and Windows NT. The tool also connects to back-end database servers
from Oracle, Sybase, and Informix Software.
Mambo generates C, C++, and HTML code. It includes a development
environment, code debugger, project management tools, and a bundled copy of
SoftQuad International's HoTMetaL Pro Web
authoring tool. Prices start at $2,495 per developer.
An evaluation copy of the tool is posted to the company's Web site.
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