[MD1] ICONIX ObjectModeler NextStep/Intel
ICONIX announces availability of ObjectModeler for NextStep/Intel
ICONIX Software Engineering, Inc. (www.iconixsw.com) is pleased to
announce the immediate availability of all 10 ICONIX PowerTools
modules, including ObjectModeler, the leading Macintosh OOA/OOD tool,
for the NextStep operating system on the Intel platform.
"ICONIX has been building development tools for the Macintosh since
1984, with a strong focus on object-oriented analysis and design since
about 1990," stated company President Doug Rosenberg. "We think that
ObjectModeler's advanced O-O modeling capabilities are a perfect match
for NeXT's state-of-the-art Object-Oriented development environment.
In particular, we believe ObjectModeler's support for OMT Class
Modeling and Use Case driven modeling (Jacobson's Objectory) provides
an excellent front-end for developing with the NeXT Enterprise Object
Framework, Interface Builder, and, of course, WebObjects. We expect a
significant number of new developers to begin working with the
NextStep frameworks in the near future and are ready to provide
analysis and design tools to support them."
ICONIX uses porting technology from Albuquerque, NM based ARDI, Inc.
(www.ardi.com) to enable applications for NextStep/Intel. ICONIX
applications are also deployed across SunOS, Solaris, HP-UX, Windows
3.1, 95 and NT, as well as NextStep and MacOS. Additionally, ICONIX
produces a line of computer-based training CD-ROM tutorials on
object-oriented software engineering, and provides a variety of
on-site training and consulting services. The company expects to have
a downloadable demo version of ObjectModeler/NextStep on the internet
at http://www.iconixsw.com by the end of January.
ICONIX is located at 2800 28th Street, Suite 320, Santa Monica, CA
90405. Phone 310-458-0092, FAX 310-396-3454, EMAIL
firstname.lastname@example.org, WWW: http://www.iconixsw.com