Liam Breck <[email protected]> writes: The Macintosh Client/Server Database Development Summary is an overview I’ve written for developers and managers involved in the evaluation, design, and construction of multi-user database systems. It covers over 30 software tools for Macintosh and cross-platform development in three categories:
- Client application development tools
- development environments; visual and OO tools; 4GLs
- Data access layers
- middleware for 3GLs, 4GLs and end-user apps
- Database servers
- SQL servers; multi-user and local-access engines
The eight-page (20K ASCII text) document provides an explanation of each category and a brief description of each product. Its sources are vendors’ product literature, industry periodicals, and discussions with users and vendors’ tech support staff. It is purely informational and contains no propaganda. The current revision is 1.2, released 12-Dec-94.
To receive a complimentary copy via email, send email to: <[email protected]>. Please give your name, organization, and position in the body of the request message; no other text is necessary. The summary is automatically emailed to the address which sent the request. To specify a different address, put it in the subject line of the message.