PcSoft has released a next version of its groundbreaking suite of Software Development Products (IDE + ALM).
Using the PcSoft ALM products gives you all the tools you need for design, development, mock-up, documentation, 5GL
The Windev products is the only suite of products currently in the market that allows companies to cut cost while catering for the exploding amount of computing and presentation platforms available, by compiling shared source code to different native application formats.
From one codebase, a developer can build native applications for Windows, Linux, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Windows Mobile, Pocket PC and Windows CE and also compile code to Win32, Win64, .Net, Java, PHP and xCode, to name a few.
The new version 19 brings you fun and formidable efficiency.
The new version 19 brings your teams the new features they need to become even more efficient in our fast evolving world.
Projects in the cloud, new controls, 64-bit editors, boosted performances, evolutions, are all part of the 919 new features in version 19.
Leverage all your acquired experience while benefiting from new inescapable technologies: this is the benefit that version 19 brings you.
By switching to version 19, your applications automatically gain new features, become faster and more robust while keeping up with the new technologies.
The user of an application developed in Windev benefits automatically from features (the AAF) such as:
* Reports and queries editor, exporting to Word, Excel or
Rapid development, letting you deliver within schedule. Windev also offers "Real RAD" technology, rapid application development, which lets you create a mock-up or a first version of the application within minutes, which you can then change.
Information and downloads are available on www.windevsa.co.za (http://www.windevsa.co.za) or www.windev.com (http://www.windev.com).
Contact Riebens Systems for queries, support or sales at email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) or email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org).
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