DataShell for Valentina: Object Relational DB for FutureBASIC^3
DataShell for Valentina Delivers Object Relational DB for FutureBASIC^3 Users
March 19, 2001. MacBrowse is proud to announce the availability of
DataShell 1.1, a driver solution that allows FutureBASIC^3 developers to
use Valentina XCMD, an object-relational, SQL-powered database engine, in
FutureBASIC, from Staz Software (http://www.stazsoftware.com), is an award
winning development environment for the Apple Macintosh, based on the
popular BASIC language. Thanks to DataShell, the wait for a
FutureBASIC-enabled database engine is over. DataShell is very easy to use,
no complex project setup or hard to learn syntax. You will be creating
database applications from scratch in a very short period of time.
"FutureBASIC is a favorite for creating small, extremely fast applications
on the Macintosh platform. However no major database vendor has stepped up
to the plate to provide a database solution that works with FutureBASIC.
DataShell enables FutureBASIC developers to create extremely fast
database-driven applications", said Sylvain Guillemette, developer of
DataShell 1.1 comes with a full reference manual, example projects and
product demos, and is available direct from MacBrowse.com for $49.95.
MacBrowse is a provider of powerful applications and internet solutions,
specializing in database development for the Macintosh. It was founded in
2000 by Sylvain Guillemette. For technical and purchasing information on
DataShell or more about MacBrowse, please visit http://www.macbrowse.com.
About Paradigma Software
Paradigma Software developed the ultra-fast Valentina database kernel, the
core of its line of database products for designers and developers. Founded
in 1998 by Ruslan Zasukhin, Paradigma Software has teamed with US-based
Proactive International, LLC (http://www.proactive-intl.com) for
international business development. For additional information, visit the
Paradigma Software website at http://www.paradigmasoft.com.