VTC.com Releases New Desktop Version Of IPLOTZ Using Adobe AIR Technology

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VTC.com announces a new desktop version of IPLOTZ using Adobe AIR technology. The application allows designers and developers to create wireframes and prototypes for applications and web sites on their own desktop.

VTC.com announces the release of the latest desktop version of IPLOTZ using Adobe AIR technology.

IPLOTZ allows users to drag and drop components onto a resizeable page, link them or add hotspot links to other pages or external web pages. With these features -- designers and developers can generate clickable, navigable wireframes to create the experience of a real website or software application.

Designers can invite other users to comment on the layout and share editing rights for modifying wireframe designs. Once the design is completely edited, users can then manage tasks for developers and designers to build the project.

The IPLOTZ desktop AIR application is available for $75 USD or is also available to users who purchase a yearly subscription to IPLOTZ online for $99 USD.

About IPLOTZ:
IPLOTZ is a leading tool for rapidly creating wireframes, prototypes and specifications for applications and web sites. Initially developed as an internal project to help communicate ideas between different members of the team based in Australia, USA and India. In January of 2009 - VTC released this tool to all users. The service works on windows, mac or linux with flash enabled browsers.

About VTC.com:
VTC is a leader in self-paced software training for the working professional, student, or hobbyist. From the first training course created by VTC's Mark Vernon in 1994 to our latest releases we continue to expand our library of over 700 courses available online or on CD. Tutorials for programs in graphics, animation & 3D, audio production, video, web design, database programming, office applications, networking, operating systems and so much more.

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