Availability of Dynamic Architect - Build advanced dynamic web pages without code!

Discussion in 'Javascript' started by jonjon, Oct 29, 2003.

  1. jonjon

    jonjon Guest

    Hi,

    We are a small company and we just launched a new product: Dynamic
    Architect. We think most of you can benefit from this program, and help us
    make it better! That's why we posted this message.

    Dynamic Architect is a low price WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get)
    dynamic web page creator: you drag and drop the elements (called components)
    where you want them to be in the web page, and Dynamic Architect will
    generate the corresponding HTML and CSS. But there is more, you can also
    handle component's events and do actions when this events are fired. All you
    have to do is drag and drop the action and set its properties. Dynamic
    Architect will generate the correspondent JavaScript code, which is
    cross-browsers compatible!

    Dynamic Architect is extremely close to Rapid Application Development (RAD)
    tools such as Microsoft Visual Basic or Borland Delphi. So if you feel
    comfortable with one of them, you'll be able to use Dynamic Architect in no
    time.

    We are perfectly aware of Dynamic Architect's limitations and we won't lie
    to you, the product isn't perfect and it lacks important features. But we
    need your support to add them, that's why we are encouraging you to order
    your copy of Dynamic Architect if you like it: for $39 you will get free
    updates for a full version cycle and for at least one year! This means that
    buying your copy now will help us improve the application, and you will
    benefit from this as you will get all the improvements for free for at least
    one year!

    You can find more information about Dynamic Architect and download a demo
    version at http://www.ibe-software.com/products/software/dynamicarchitect/



    Best regards,



    John.
    jonjon, Oct 29, 2003
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