Web apps

Nexaweb Technologies Inc. of Burlington, Mass., has released version 4.5 of its Web application platform, now called Enterprise Web 2.0 (originally called Nexaweb Platform). The software allows developers to create Web browser-based front ends to legacy applications written in Powerbuilder, C++ or other languages. New for this release is Section 508 compatibility and Ajax support, according to Jonathan Daly, director of product marketing for the company.

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