Warner Robins, GA (PRWEB) June 12, 2006
MB Technologies(TM), developers of Bindows(TM), the leading development framework for Ajax and Web 2.0 applications, announced today the release of Bindows version 2.0 with enhanced support for Section 508 accessibility compliance, an industry first. Available today, Bindows 2.0 enables developers to reach all audiences effectively and efficiently by building Ajax and Web 2.0 applications that meet US Government and international standards for accessibility.
Working closely with The Paciello Group (TPG), international experts and pioneers in the field of accessible interface design, the Bindows development team spent over a year solving many of the technical complexities that accessibility requirements pose to Ajax and Web 2.0 applications. The Bindows framework now leads the market by enabling the fastest time to market for Ajax and Web 2.0 applications that work with leading screen readers, such as JAWS, without requiring any download or installation (zero-footprint.)
"Bindows represents a major advancement in the accessibility of rich internet and Web 2.0 applications and, I am very happy to say, raises the bar for Ajax accessibility," said Mike Paciello, founder and president of The Paciello Group. "MB Technologies and TPG are committed to continued enhancement of Bindows to ensure that it empowers developers with the framework and toolset they need to create Section 508 and W3C compliant applications. Bindows 2.0 represents that level of commitment, establishing MB Technologies as a frontrunner in the pursuit of Ajax and dynamic web application accessibility."
Proven and mature, Bindows leads the Ajax framework market by enabling the development of zero-footprint web applications that are as rich and responsive as any modern desktop application. Bindows’ industry-leading object-oriented architecture and rich toolset enable developers to build Ajax and Web 2.0 enterprise applications that interoperate with any backend platform, server, operating system, and major web browsers. Bindows also supports Unicode and any language across the globe.
"We are extremely proud of the Section 508 support in Bindows 2.0 and our strong working relationship with TPG," said Yoram Meriaz, CEO of MB Technologies. "Our accessibility achievements were the result of an enormous investment on the part of both companies. Our ongoing commitment to accessibility is part of our larger goal to realize the full potential of Ajax for our corporate and US Government customers."
The Bindows Accessibility Developers Guide can be downloaded at http://www.bindows.net/news/20newfeatures.html#accessibility.
About MB Technologies
In 2002, MB Technologies developed the Bindows Ajax framework to deliver United States Air Force mission-critical, zero-footprint applications based on an approach to programming that was later termed Ajax. Bindows now leads the market as the most mature, proven and complete Ajax framework for building zero-footprint enterprise web applications that are as rich as any modern desktop application. MB Technologies is headquartered in Warner Robins, Georgia, USA with its main development center in Goteborg, Sweden. Please visit Bindows at http://www.bindows.net or blog.bindows.net.
About The Paciello Group (TPG)
The Paciello Group (TPG) is an LLP located in Nashua, New Hampshire. TPG is dedicated to the notion that IT resources should be available to all persons, without regard to ability. TPG (http://www.paciellogroup.com) was founded and is led by Mike Paciello. Mike is a leader in the community of advocates for accessibility. He is a member of many standards organizations, has served on government task forces to address disability needs, and is the author of "Web Accessibility for People with Disabilities." For more information on The Paciello Group, call 603-882-4122 Ext 103, or email info @ paciellogroup.com.
MB Technologies and Bindows are registered trademarks of MB Technologies, Inc. All other names are trademarks of their respective companies.
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