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June 10, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:31pm

HAHT ADDS ADOBE PDF FORMS FUNCTION TO HAHTSITE WEB TOOL

By CBR Staff Writer

Closely watched Haht Software Inc has integrated Adobe Systems Inc’s Acrobat 3.0 forms technology with its Hahtsite development environment. This means that developers will be able to create forms using a wizard in the PDF format, as well as the existing HTML capability. Developers will require a copy of the Acrobat software, which costs $300. Users will only need the Acrobat reader, which is a free plug-in. Hahtsite is a high-end internet applications development environment that combines page authoring tools, database access utilities, project and site management tools and programming languages. Haht said it was looking into a Java GUI builder, but there’s no timeframe for that yet. There is no financial relationship between the two companies, and mostly Haht’s developers did the work. The Hahtsite forms wizard is available free now from the Raleigh, North Carolina-based company.

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