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January 10, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 1:06pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Boston, Massachusetts-based Acadia Software Inc last week started shipping Infuse 1.0, claiming it’s the first Windows95 and NT JavaScript editing tool to hit the market. In beta test since October, Infuse is aimed at web developers creating JavaScript scripts and Netscape One applications. It has a script navigator, visual trees to browse JavaScript objects, a context- sensitive JavaScript language reference and HTML support and script preview feature for use within Navigator or Explorer browsers. Infuse works with any existing HTML editor and costs $80 now, although the price is set to go up to $130 very shortly.

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