NS Basic/Palm adds support for AlphaSmart Dana devices
Supports large screen and full keyboard of this device
June 1, 2007 - NS BASIC Corporation announced today the immediate availability of NS Basic/Palm 6.1, adding support for the AlphaSmart Dana Palm OS device.
"Recently we've had a lot of demand for Dana support, especially from companies converting from AppForge.", said George Henne, President of NS BASIC Corporation. "NS Basic/Palm now supports the large screen and full keyboard of these devices. "
The new release also includes PDB Converter Pro, a desktop application that allows you to create, edit and modify NS Basic/Palm databases on the desktop.
The new version is available immediately for $149.95 USD for single developers. An Enterprise Edition, allowing unlimited developers at a single location is priced at $449.95. There are no runtime charges for applications created using NS Basic/Palm. Combo packs with NS Basic/CE, allowing development for Pocket PC devices, are also available.
Upgrades are free for users who already have NS Basic/Palm 6.0. Upgrades for older versions start at $49.95. Existing NS Basic programs are upwardly compatible with the new version.
More about NS Basic/Palm
NS Basic/Palm allows developers who have used tools such as Visual Basic to use their experience to create applications for handheld devices. NS Basic is a complete, powerful environment enabling the development of applications for the enterprise, business, personal productivity and education. It includes features such as databases, net, serial and IR communications, signature capture and more.
Applications developed with NS Basic are distributed royalty free. NS Basic costs $149.95 for a single user. Enterprise licenses are also available. The toolkit allows development on Windows 98SE, 2000, XP and Vista.
About NS BASIC Corporation
NS BASIC Corporation's tools are the most widely used third party tools for handheld devices. NS BASIC Corporation has been a leading creator of development tools for handheld devices since 1993. More than 15,000 developers in over 60 countries use NS BASIC's tools for Palm OS, Windows CE and Newton.
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