IntraWeb Studio 1.0 Release Candidate Available

IntraWeb Studio 1.0 Release Candidate Available

Atozed Software announced the first release candidate of IntraWeb Studio 1.0. IntraWeb Studio is a content management system (CMS) with such features as multi-user and teamwork support, template support, multiple language support, flexible variables, remote deployment, and deployment to staging area.

 IntraWeb Studio contains an HTML-integrated editor, but it also allows you to use your favorite HTML editor. A DreamWeaver plug-in for tight integration of the CMS features will be available soon.

 IntraWeb offers two deployment modes: Plain HTML, which may be used on all Web server platforms, and .NET, which may be used with .NET-enabled IIS Web servers on the Windows platform.

 IntraWeb Studio 1.0 contains a technology preview for building Web applications. Version 2.0 will allow designing Active Forms (IntraWeb Forms) with C# code-behind. The technology preview has a completely working Form Designer, which uses the IntraWeb Web application development framework. More than 30 IntraWeb components are included.

 IntraWeb Studio will be available in different sizes: Personal and Desktop Editions for smaller Web sites maintained by single users (both are standalone programs that store the Web site structure in a local database), and Professional and Enterprise Editions for Web sites at any size maintained by multiple users (both provide a client/server architecture; the Web site structure is stored in a repository installed on a server).

 IntraWeb is distributed electronically and the first release candidate (RC1) is available for download. IntraWeb Studio is expected to be available in four editions: Free Personal, Desktop, Professional, and Enterprise. Visit the Atozed Web site for updates and details.


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