November 24th, 2014

Oracle/Hyperion Customers - Support for IE8 and Firefox 3.60

Hyperion web software is making use of our Bindows technology.
Several Oracle/Hyperion customers contacted us, complaining that their systems do not run in IE8.
Oracle/Hyperion systems that use Bindows 3.0 - this version of Bindows does not support IE8 and Firefox 3.6 (however, Bindows 4.1 does support them).

Several suggestions have been posted on the web showing how to modify Bindows 3.0 files to enable such support.
Those suggestions are not accurate and not complete.

WARNING: Modifying and using modified Bindows files without a license is illegal and constitutes a Copyright Infringement.

We have developed a solution that enables applications using Bindows 3.0 to operate in IE8 and Firefox 3.6.
The solution has been tried and tested - references available upon request.
The solution includes a license that allows using the files that we provide.

Price
The complete solution includes:
* Several Bindows files, modified by us that enable running Bindows 3.0 in IE8 and Firefox 3.6.
* A license for your company to use the files we provide.
* Support is not included (can be purchased separately).

Price starts at $5,000 for the first CPU, quantity discounts available (if you are located in GA local sales tax will be added).

Contact
General Information: info@bindows.net
Partners: ran@bindows.net
Sales: sales@bindows.net

Three New Products from the Bindows Folks - InfoWorld Review0

Read the excellent review in InfoWorld by Martin Heller (Strategic Developer).
InfoWorld Review.

The review covers our release of three new products: Bindows gauges library toolkit, BindowsFaces, and the Bindows 4.0 Beta.

Regarding Bindows FREE gauges library toolkit - InfoWorld appreciates the facts that the toolkit is completely free, and comes with a gauge wizard and a free subset of the Bindows Ajax library. The gauges are done with vector graphics and are fast enough to be used for soft real-time displays. Try it out online yourself.

The BindowsFaces library, as you might guess from the name, brings Bindows-based Ajax capabilities to Java through JSF. It’s for Java Faces programmers who’d prefer not to get their hands dirty with JavaScript or go through a compilation step. Martin quotes us “BindowsFaces is better than GWT or Oracle ADF.” Obviously, we are biased :)

Moving on to Bindows 4.0 beta “probably makes Bindows the most advanced professional Ajax framework in the market,” according to the Meriazes. One of primary design goal of Bindows 4.0 is to add the “ability to define a fully working application without writing a single line of JavaScript.” To join the 4.0 beta program, contact sales@bindows.net.

Thanks Martin for a great review!

SD Times article on InfiView 1.50

Adding to an Infinite View, MB Technologies boosts InfiView with Google Maps integration

SD Times published on September 5, 2007 a detailed review of the coming InfiView 1.5, by Jeff Feinman.

http://www.sdtimes.com/article/latestnews-20070901-05.html

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