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JBuilder FULCRUM Bridge toAccelerate Code Assembly
JBuilder FULCRUM Bridge toAccelerate Code Assembly

Developers who use Borland's JBuilder will welcome the release this week of AccelTree Software's JBuilder-FULCRUM Bridge. Users can now import the Java classes created in JBuilder into FULCRUM, add code to the classes using the various template-based code assembly features in FULCRUM and then export the object back to JBuilder for compilation, debugging, and deployment. JSP, HTML, XML, and XSL files can be imported as well and users can switch back and forth between JBuilder and FULCRUM. The JBuilder-FULCRUM Bridge is currently available for Windows based workstations.

FULCRUM is a Java code assembler that uses a unique template-based mechanism to help programmers accelerate Java code assembly. Released this summer, FULCRUM is priced at $495 per license for the English version. FULCRUM is also available in the Japanese language. The JBuilder-FULCRUM Bridge is provided free with FULCRUM.

Full evaluation CDs of FULCRUM Professional Edition 1.1 will be available at AccelTree's exhibit at the Web Services Edge 2002 West Conference & Expo in San Jose, Booth 616, Pod #3.

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