AccuSoft Corporation has released NetVue/JAVA. NetVue/JAVA is a Java document viewer applet for the Internet/Intranet. NetVue/JAVA provides full platform independence and features full support for displaying annotations, a small footprint with minimized memory usage and scale-to-gray display enhancement for quality and readability. The new release also includes a page thumbnail browser, zooming and scrolling options and TIFF, JPEG and GIF support.
Contact: AccuSoft Corporation, 2 Westborough Business Park, Suite 3013, Westborough, MA 01581, Phone: 508-898-2770, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.accusoft.com/.
Softwarebuero m&b has announced the release of WipeOut 1.2. WipeOut is an integrated software development environment for C++ and Java projects. It contains a project/revision browser, text editor, class browser, make tool, symbol retriever and a debugger front end. The Standard edition is freely available. The price for the Pro edition, which includes revision management and teamwork features, starts at $45 for a single user.
Contact: Softwarebuero m&b, Weststr. 9, 04425 Taucha, Germany, E-mail: email@example.com, URL: http://www.softwarebuero.de/.
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