Halifax, Nova Scotia-based Pictorius Inc has unveiled version 2.0 of an intranet development tool called Pictorius iNet Developer for Windows 95/NT. iNet Developer is an integrated suite of tools for creating, maintaining, and serving dynamic web pages and database applications which eschews HTML, scripting, or CGI programming, instead using visual methods and a team-based approach. It claims the software is a complete intranet development solution. iNet Developer comes with modules including iNet Developer for developing content and server-side enhancements on a site; iNet Server which serves up a site’s pages in conjunction with a web server; and Prograph, a visual programming environment, which can be used to create small program methods. iNet stores all of a site’s web pages in a single file with just images, ActiveX controls, and Java classes kept as separate files. A CGI program, or Internet Server API, when using Microsoft’s Internet Information Server (IIS), connects the iNet Server to the web server and delivers pages as they are needed. Pictorius iNet Developer v2.0 includes support for both Microsoft and Netscape Dynamic HTML (DHTML). New features include two new Pictorius Agents enabling drag and drop surveys and random banners on a web page without programming. As well as a facility to import existing web sites and pages to iNet Developer and export iNet sites and pages to raw HTML. Pictorius iNet Developer 2.0 goes from $1,500 including site and page editor, application server and integrated programming environment. It’s up on Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 95.
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