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iApp publishes FileMaker databases via Apache

updated 02:20 pm EST, Thu February 3, 2005

iApp Server 1.0 released

MacWeb.com today released for FileMaker Pro 7, a new application server middleware tool that installs as an Apache 1.3 module on Mac OS X. iApp enables custom web publishing with FileMaker Pro 7 client, allowing users to quickly and easily build dynamic, database-driven web sites. Leveraging Server-Side Rendering (SSR) and Saved Actions, it mimics the easy-of-use traditionally associated with FileMaker, according to MacWeb.com. iApp offers support for relational and portal fields; browsing, sorting, creating and editing database records; even running ScriptMaker scripts via any custom web browser interface as well as easy-to-use HTML template files as its native file format. It is $500 (with support for 5 concurrent users).




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