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Stone Web Tools Suite
For Mac Server and Yellow Box for Windows
San Francisco, January 4 1999 - Veteran OpenStep and Yellow Box developers, Stone Design, today announced availability of a suite of tools for World Wide Web content developers who are taking advantage of Apple Computer, Inc's powerful new Mac OS X Server and its cross-platform companion, the Yellow Box, which runs on Windows NT, 95 and 98. Users of Apple Computer, Inc.'s WebObjects 4.0 for NT, which shipped November 30, 1998, can use these tools today!
The suite is made up of the following 4 applications, which work together to provide artists and content developers with WYSIWYG tools to create web pages without programming in HTML:
Create 5.0 is THE multipage draw application with instant graphic conversion, web page authoring, autotracing, PostScript programming environment, patterns, layers, rulers, neon, special effects, Super Text and much, much more! Press Release
Web Slice & Dice 1.0 is the perfect tool for creating navigation bars, image maps, and complicated mosaic tilings from any image. Features full control over image production and easy to read and modify HTML. Press Release
Pack Up & Go 1.0 makes file compression and archive creation as easy as drag and drop. With many user preferences, this handy application will save you time when mailing documents or saving compressed backups. Press Release
GIFfun 1.1.2 makes animated banner production as simple as drag and drop. Create stunning web animations quickly and easily. GIFfun comes complete with source code.
The entire suite is available via downloading. Customers using WebObjects 4.0 for NT can take full advantage of the Yellow Box for Windows version of the Suite. The Suite lists for $814, but is available now for just $299 through February.
Stone Design is offering a free trial period on this release (good through February 8th 1999), beginning today. Downloading is available now.
Stone Design Corp. in Albuquerque, New Mexico was formed in 1984 and was the first developer to ship a product on NeXT Hardware in 1989 with the release of TextArt. Since then, Stone Design has been a leader in innovative shrinkwrap software in the NEXTSTEP/OpenStep/Mac OS X Server marketplace. Create(TM) - the high end drawing and web page making package - is Mac Server's and Apple Yellowbox's first application. All other names are trademarked by their respective companies.