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WaveMaker Introduces Visual Ajax Studio for Mac Developers

WaveMaker Visual Ajax Studio 3.2 adds Support for the Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard) and the Safari Browser; Provides Freedom of Choice

WaveMaker™, a provider of open source tools for rapid Web application development, today announced the release of Visual Ajax StudioTM version 3.2. The new version introduces a beta installer for Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard) and full support for the Safari Browser, bringing WaveMaker’s drag-and-drop Java development to the Mac. WaveMaker will be offering tutorials this week at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco.

“WaveMaker's Visual Ajax Studio for Mac comes at a very opportune time,” said Jean-Louis Gassé, General Partner at Allegis Capital and ex-Apple executive. “Apple is gaining momentum in the enterprise and WaveMaker gives enterprise users an easy and visual way to build Web applications.”

“WaveMaker's visual tool allows new developers and talented HTML jockeys to build full J2EE Web applications with a few clicks—zero to CRUD (create, update, delete data) in five minutes or less,” wrote Peter Wayner, contributing editor to the InfoWorld Test Center, in an April 17, 2008 product review of WaveMaker Visual Ajax Studio. In the review, Wayner gave WaveMaker an overall rating of “Very Good,” including a score of nine out of ten for “ease of development.”

The WaveMaker Visual Ajax Studio lets users create database-driven Java Web applications without having to write complex code. Using WaveMaker, IT managers and the users they support can significantly reduce development time while enabling increased participation, feedback and collaboration.

“WaveMaker aims to be the visual builder of choice for Web 2.0,” said Christopher Keene, CEO of WaveMaker. “The Mac platform and Safari browser have become defacto standards in the open source community. By making Visual Ajax Studio available to Mac and Safari users, we can support our growing community of developers and better meet the requirements of our customers.”

WaveMaker Studio is an open source development toolkit that provides drag-and-drop development of Java Web applications. WaveMaker Studio brings rapid enterprise Web 2.0 development to the masses by eliminating the complexity associated with building, prototyping and deploying Web 2.0 applications that meet the security, architectural and data policies of IT managers. WaveMaker Visual Ajax Studio is available under the GNU AGPL version 3 open source license, as well as a WaveMaker commercial license.

Availability

WaveMaker Visual Ajax Studio 3.2 is available for free download at http://www.wavemaker.com/downloads/. For more information on enterprise support please visit http://wavemaker.com.

About WaveMaker Visual Ajax Studio

WaveMaker Visual Ajax Studio is an open-source development framework that provides drag-and-drop development of Java Web applications. WaveMaker Studio brings rapid enterprise Web 2.0 development to the masses by eliminating the complexity associated with building, prototyping and deploying Web 2.0 applications that meet the security, architectural and data policies of IT managers. WaveMaker Visual Ajax Studio is available under the GNU AGPL version 3 open source license, as well as a WaveMaker commercial license.

About WaveMaker Software

WaveMaker Software™, Inc. provides an easy-to-use, open source Web application development platform for aspiring Web developers. WaveMaker’s Visual Ajax Studio is Web Fast and CIO SafeTM, enabling developers to quickly create and deploy Web applications that adhere to the CIO's architecture, security and data policies. WaveMaker Software is privately held and headquartered in San Francisco, California, and is funded by Allegis Capital, Sippl Investments, Hummer-Winblad and Worldview Technology Partners. For more information, please visit http://wavemaker.com.

WaveMaker Software, Visual Ajax Studio, Web Fast and CIO Safe are trademarks of WaveMaker Software. All other trademarks are property of their respective holders.

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