Next-generation toolbars are much more than links. They are service-based aggregators that bring your Web site functionality onto your toolbar
Montreal, QC (PRWEB) October 25, 2009
Dynamic Toolbar, developed by Visicom Media, today released a new toolbar platform based on DTX, its next-generation toolbar technology. Dynamic Toolbar DTX is revolutionizing the toolbar user experience by allowing toolbar publishers to move away from link-based toolbars to create highly interactive next-generation toolbars with meaningful applications and services.
Dynamic Toolbar DTX makes it possible to create a "stickier," more engaging user experience through the use of not only Ajax but also Flash, Adobe AIR, and Silverlight. Look at some examples on the Dynamic Toolbar Website.
"Next-generation toolbars are much more than links. They are service-based aggregators that bring your Web site functionality onto your toolbar," says Patrice Carrenard, CEO of Visicom Media Inc.
With Dynamic Toolbar DTX, users can be engaged at the highest level with the functionality they have come to expect from today's Web applications. Built-in Ajax components with rich features, such as the advanced search box with auto-suggest, e-mail notifier, weather forecast, anti-spyware, game manager, and news reader, can be added to a DTX toolbar in minutes. DTX toolbars also have a unique capability that allows Web widgets to be dragged and dropped onto toolbars.
Learn more about the new Dynamic Toolbar platform at dynamictoolbar.com.
About Dynamic Toolbar
Dynamic Toolbar is the leading toolbar platform developed by Visicom Media Inc. for building, deploying, and managing next-generation toolbars. To date, more than 600 customers and partners have deployed their toolbars successfully with Dynamic Toolbar. Some of the most recognized brands on the Web have put their trust in our toolbar platform, including Yahoo!, Comcast, NASDAQ, VeriSign, Oracle, Verizon, Date.com, iMesh, Miniclip, and Big Fish Games. To keep up to date on announcements from Dynamic Toolbar, follow via Twitter at http://twitter.com/dynamictoolbar.