FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MEDIA DESIGN IN*PROGRESS RELEASES INTERACTION 3.6 FOR MAC
XML BASED WEB APPLICATION SERVER SUPPORTS XSL AND CSS2
DONATES SALES TO THE RED CROSS
SAN DIEGO CA, September 20, 2001: Media Design in*Progress releases the
Interaction 3.6 XML based web application server for Macintosh. The new
release performs server-side XSL transformations and upgrades the
integrated style sheets editor to cover all properties of CSS2. Interaction
3.6 is available from:
Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) is a standard from the World Wide Web
Consortium (W3C) used to build templates for the layout of web pages.
Cascading Stylesheets Level 2 (CSS2) is a W3C standard for designing the
presentation style of a web page.
Interaction generates standard HTML pages at serving time from server-side
XML and style sheets. Conventional HTML documents can be used as is or
enhanced with XML constructs, facilitating a smooth transition from HTML to
Extensible HTML and XML.
Media Design in*Progress donates 100% of the sales of Interaction personal
licenses through September to the Red Cross.
PRICING AND AVAILABILITY
Interaction 3.6 is priced at $795, and ships on CD-ROM with printed
documentation, telephone- and priority email support, and many
complementary components including web based forums, chat rooms, and
e-commerce. A license allows an unlimited number of Interaction websites on
one computer. Personal licenses are priced at $279, and include the on-line
distribution with up-and-running support, allowing up to three sites on one
computer. Registered customers can upgrade to Interaction 3.6 for free. A
30-day fully functional evaluation of Interaction can be downloaded from
(http://interaction.in-progress.com). Sales contact: +1(619)437-6721;
ABOUT MEDIA DESIGN IN*PROGRESS
Media Design in*Progress (http://www.in-progress.com) is the leading
developer of XML based applications for the Macintosh platform and a
pioneer in web based distance education and web community servers. In
addition to the Interaction web server companion, the company provides
XPublish, the first commercial XML website publishing system), Emil=E9, the
first XML editor for Mac, and Cascade, the first comprehensive Cascading
Style Sheets editor. The company is privately owned. Media Design
in*Progress has its headquarters in San Diego, California.