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Apple releases WebObjects 5.3 Update

updated 09:45 am EDT, Fri June 24, 2005

WebObjects 5.3

Apple has released , a free update to the tool for developing and deploying enterprise-level Web services and Java server applications. Version 5.3 integrated with Xcode, allows users to create web services or three-tier Java server apps, and generates code-free prototypes in minutes. WebObjects gives users the ability to build or use standards-based Web services without writing low-level SOAP, XML or WSDL. Tools enable code-free generation, configuration and testing of web services from existing data assets. These standards-based Web services can interoperate with clients written in many languages, including Java, AppleScript, Perl and .Net -- opening up enterprise development to a new class of programmers.

WebObjects 5.3 Features

Develop apps quickly

  • Integrates with Xcode
  • allows you to create web services or three-tier Java server apps
  • generates code-free prototypes in minutes
Build services dynamically

  • Allows you to create or use web services based on SOAP, XML and WSDL
  • Includes tools for code-free generation, configuration, and testing of web services from existing database assets
  • Integrates easily with services written in Java, AppleScript, Perl and .Net
Access data automatically

  • Reverse-engineers your database, modeling all tables, columns and relationships
  • Generates Java objects from JDBC and JNDI data sources, transparently handling data persistence
  • Offers database independence and simultaneous access to multiple databases
Generate pages seamlessly

  • Generates HTML, XML and SMIL from reusable templates
  • Builds data-driven web pages from visual development tools
  • Streamlines delivery of multi-lingual content
Deploy painlessly
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