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From Alex Horovitz <>
Subject WebObjects supplies Model-View-Controller (MVC) Development Today
Date Thu, 01 Jun 2000 16:28:01 GMT
WebObjects ( is:

An application server:
WebObjects handles all your application server  
requirements—including load balancing, performance profiling, state  
management and failover, HTML generation and Java client  

With cross- ​platform compatibility:
WebObjects 4.5 runs on Mac OS X Server and Windows NT (as well as  
Solaris, HP-UX and Windows 2000), and works across applications,  
business systems and existing business logic.

It connects to business data:
WebObjects features an object-oriented adapter layer that lets you  
leverage data stored in Oracle, Sybase, Informix, OpenBase and ODBC  
databases — and now LDAP. If that's not enough, our developer  
partners will help you access information stored on mainframes, R/3,  
PeopleSoft and SAP databases.

Uses Object Frameworks:
Prebuilt objects provide the elements you need to create and extend  
network applications that serve millions of users.

And comes with robust development tools:
Apple offers a fully integrated set of tools, covering project  
management, data modeling, and constructing HTML and Java interfaces.  
WebObjects 4.5 features a completely redesigned WebObjects Builder,  
giving you even easier control over your HTML layout using an  
intuitive drag- ​and- ​drop interface, making it even easier to  
get the look you want.

The best part about WebObjects is that all WebObjects development  
follows Model-View-Controller (MVC) the design pattern commonly known  
as "Model 2". And at $699 for development & unlimited deployment,  
the price is very hard to beat!

Check it out for yourselves.


Alex Horovitz
Founder, Technical Advisor
BeyondIntuiton, Inc.

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