CodeFutures Launches Mac OS X Version of FireStorm/DAO Java Code Generator
[Denver, CO, November 24, 2004] CodeFutures has shipped a Mac OS X version with
Release 2.3 of its FireStorm/DAO code generation product for data persistence.
Dan Froelich, CodeFutures VP Sales, explains the reason for adding OS X
“CodeFutures had many requests for an OS X version of FireStorm/DAO. The
decision to support OS X was purely commercial. We have already signed up
our first paying Mac customers just by providing a preview of Release 2.3.”
The award-winning FireStorm/DAO makes Java software developers more
productive by generating the business logic for accessing databases. The
benefits provided by CodeFutures’ code generation approach are higher
developer productivity, better software quality, and lower maintenance
FireStorm/DAO is available in Standard, Enterprise, and Architect editions.
FireStorm/DAO Architect Edition allows new custom code generation templates
to be developed and integrated with the FireStorm/DAO Studio environment.
FireStorm/DAO Architect Edition includes the source code for the Java code
Additional information on FireStorm/DAO is available here:
A product tutorial with screenshots is available here:
FireStorm/DAO is available for free evaluation from:
The FireStorm/DAO product range is priced from $195 per developer.
Architect Edition is priced at $3,495 per developer. There are no runtime
deployment licensing fees.
About CodeFutures Software
CodeFutures is the leading supplier of Java software development products
for advanced data persistence. The benefits provided by CodeFutures’
approach are higher developer productivity, better software quality, and
lower maintenance costs. CodeFutures’ first product, the award-winning
FireStorm/DAO, makes Java software developers more productive by generating
the business logic for accessing relational databases in service-oriented
and object-oriented architectures.
CodeFutures’ products are used by corporate Java software programmers in
such as television (BBC Technology, Turner Broadcasting), finance (Lehman
Brothers, JP Morgan), military systems (BAE, Lockheed Martin), government
(Missouri Lottery, Port of Barcelona), IT consulting (Siemens Business
Systems, LogicaCMG, BearingPoint, SDS, IBM), retail (MetCash, Ahold USA),
high technology (EMC, Macromedia), and industry (Suzuki, AREVA).
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