Develop Web Apps Faster And Easier
October 9, 2009 09:00 AM
Quicker, Easier Web Development with Industry Leading Visual Studio
WaveMaker, the leading visual development platform for web applications, has announced simplified pricing and licensing for the just-announced version 5.0 of its WaveMaker development platform. Now web developers can get started with WaveMaker Enterprise Edition for only $500 including a full year of software updates.
WaveMaker also announced that it has adopted the Apache license for deployment of projects built with the WaveMaker Community Edition, simplifying licensing for the more than 10,000 members of WaveMaker's open source community.
WaveMaker 5.0 features "Enterprise-Ready Data Widgets" that automate all the work needed to connect visual web components to enterprise data. Enterprise-ready data widgets eliminate the need for hand coding to build applications, reducing development time by up to 90%.
"WaveMaker's open source model has helped us grow our community dramatically, to over 10,000 members," said Chris Keene, CEO of WaveMaker. "By pricing at less than half the cost of competitors like Microsoft Visual Studio and Adobe Flex, WaveMaker is delivering more value at a lower cost and providing a clear path for community members to become customers."
Download the Free WaveMaker Studio
WaveMaker Community Edition is available for free under the Apache 2.0 open source license. WaveMaker Enterprise Edition is available under a WaveMaker commercial license. Applications created using WaveMaker deploy as standard Java WAR files to Java servers such as IBM WebSphere, Weblogic, JBoss or Tomcat. With no proprietary code or languages involved, WaveMaker applications easily meet CIOs’ architecture, security and data policies.
To download a copy of WaveMaker Community Edition.
To learn more about WaveMaker Enterprise Edition.
WaveMaker Software, the leading visual development platform for web applications, provides a faster, easier way for developers to build web applications for on-site or cloud deployment. WaveMaker is privately held and headquartered in San Francisco, California, and is funded by Allegis Capital, Sippl Investments, Hummer-Winblad and Worldview Technology Partners.