This beta update release is the next logical step in our introduction of the planned new Curl Version 7.0 features to our community
NEW YORK (PRWEB) September 15, 2008
"This beta update release is the next logical step in our introduction of the planned new Curl Version 7.0 features to our community," said Bert Halstead, chief architect, Curl, Inc. "We look forward to hearing the response to the additions we have made, as well as what other capabilities we can incorporate to continue offering the most superior enterprise RIA platform on the market."
In addition to providing enterprise-level security, high performance and support for large data sets, new features and functionality, the Curl Nitro Beta 2 release includes:
Enhanced application performance through improved compiler register allocation New default look and feel for controls Ability for Curl applets to control page views when using the embedded browser API Support for encryption in SQLite APIs Ability to leverage the newly released Curl Development tools for Eclipse (CDE) The Curl Nitro Beta 2 continues to support a wide range of Windows platforms, as well as Linux and Mac, and is currently available for download at http://www.curl.com/download/nitro/index.php.
The Curl Nitro Beta 2 and Version 6.0 of the Curl platform will be demonstrated at the Web 2.0 Expo in booth #1705, and executives will be available to discuss Curl solutions in more detail.
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About Curl, Inc.
Curl provides a Rich Internet Application platform for building and deploying enterprise-class Web-based applications that demand complex, highly interactive interfaces previously only possible as client-server applications. Using Curl, developers can implement a new class of complex, business-critical, Web-based applications that cannot easily be developed with Ajax or other smart client technologies. Curl allows corporations with legacy client-server applications to move to Web-based delivery, increasing reach and reducing cost. Founded in 1998, Curl is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sumisho Computer Systems. Curl has over 300 customers and 40 partners world-wide. For more information visit http://www.curl.com.