Hey can Anyone tell me how to change my email ID in this forum...?
On Tue, 25 May 1999 18:20:50 David Gulbransen wrote:
>Vervet Logic Announces the Release of XML Pro v2.0
>BLOOMINGTON, IN (May 25, 1999) - Vervet Logic today announced the
>release of XML Pro v2.0, the next version of the popular eXtensible
>Markup Language editor. The upgrade version is available via the
>Vervet website at www.vervet.com, and registered users of XML Pro
>are invited to upgrade from v1.2 free of charge.
>Priced at an attractive US$174.95 on CD-ROM and $149.95 for download,
>XML Pro v2.0 offers the same clean, easy to use interface as previous
>versions, and includes a host of new features, including:
> -Full W3C XML 1.0 compliance
> -Integration of the IBM XML4J Parser
> -Drag and Drop
> -Cutting and Pasting of Elements
> -Ability to Change Document Encoding
> -View DTD
> -Java 2 (JDK 1.2.1) Support
>In addition, the XML Pro editor will continue to be offered in a product
>bundle with Microstar's Near & Far Designer, to provide robust DTD
>editing for a complete XML solution. "We are very excited about the new
>version of XML Pro. Vervet is continuing their leadership role by
>providing efficient validated XML content creation while insulating the
>user from the details of XML. This approach is vitally important for
>XML adoption, as downstream processes will be more robust if they can
>depend on the validity of the content to be processed," asserted Peter
>Jordan, President and CEO, Microstar.
>The XML Pro/Near & Far Designer bundle is available for US$299.00 from
>both Vervet Logic and Microstar.
>XML Pro v2.0 features the IBM XML4J parser, offering solid support for
>the W3C Document Object Model and the SAX interface. Using the IBM parser,
>XML Pro integrates well with customized XML solutions for the enterprise.
>"Tools such as XML Pro are exactly what we had in mind when we made our
>XML technologies available -- to see partners and developers using our
>technology to harness the power of XML is great," said Michael Weiner, XML
>Marketing Manager, IBM. "The use of the XML for Java Parser in Vervet
>Logic's XML Pro editor illustrates how powerful tools can simplify data
>exchange with XML."
>XML Pro v2.0 is also built on Sun Microsystems' Java technology. "XML
>Pro v2.0 combines the cross platform application support of Java
>technology with the cross platform data support of XML," said Bob Braham,
>director of developer marketing at Sun Microsystems' Java Software. We
>are excited to support this release from Vervet Logic."
>"We are continuing to work with our customers to provide a robust
>editing solution for XML, " states Vervet CEO David Gulbransen. "Vervet
>is committed to developing tools for implementing XML solutions quickly
>and easily, allowing organizations to streamline data management using
>the latest technologies without the steep learning curve often
>associated with new solutions."
>More information about XML Pro v2.0 and Vervet Logic can be obtained by
>visiting the company's web site at www.vervet.com.
>Obtaining XML Pro
>XML Pro v.2.0 and the XML Pro/Near&Far Designer bundle are available
>directly from Vervet Logic via a Secure server at www.vervet.com. Volume
>licensing terms and customizable versions are also available,
>e-mail [log in to unmask] for more information.
>XML Pro v2.0 Minimal Requirements:
> -Pentium 180MHz
> -64MB RAM
> -Sun Java JRE 1.2
> -25MB Free Disk Space
> -Windows 95/98
> -Windows NT
>About Vervet Logic
>Vervet Logic is an XML tools development company located in the digital
>cornfields of Bloomington Indiana. Located in the heart of the Indiana
>University Research Park, Vervet prides itself on reliable, well
>architected tools for the information age and on providing superb
>customer support. XML Pro is the first in a line of flagship XML
>products forming a complete toolbox for XML development and
>CONTACT: Kim Fisher
> Vervet Logic
> (812) 856-5270
> [log in to unmask]
>XML Pro is a registered trademark of Vervet Logic. Sun, the Sun logo,
>Sun Microsystems, Solaris and Java are trademarks or registered
>trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other
>countries. Windows is a trademark of Microsoft, Inc. Near & Far Designer
>is a registered trademark of Microstar, Ltd. All other trademarks or
>registered trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
Get your FREE Email at http://mailcity.lycos.com
Get your PERSONALIZED START PAGE at http://my.lycos.com