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Celebrate 20 years of blazing speed and simplicity...
Twenty years ago, PowerBuilder revolutionized the application development world with its speed,
simplicity and power. Anyone who has used its legendary DataWindow will tell you it is still the
fastest and easiest component for data access around. And over the years, PowerBuilder has
evolved to stay in synch with the latest functionality and visual user interface advances.
PowerBuilder 12.5 continues this proud tradition with more features and functionality to support
all of your development needs – with two Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) that
give you options. PowerBuilder 12.5 is the second full-fledged .NET release, bringing true power
and ease of use to .NET, including a new feature that allows you to build Custom Visual User
Objects that encapsulate the DataWindow and share them with your .NET developer peers.
- Safely extend mission critical applications to .Net, Windows 7 and Web Services
- Current application development capabilities: client/server, distributed, Web, mobile and Smart Clients
- J2E, Win32 and .Net frameworks
The Hottest Thing Yet to Rock .Net
But it doesn’t stop there. PowerBuilder 12.5 brings fresh new features for your Win32 applications
as well. And we also include an incredibly fast and cost-effective migration path to evolve your
Win32 applications to .NET. There’s no need to toss out your PowerBuilder code to get your
application to .NET. PowerBuilder gets you there, while protecting your investment. So, the choice
is yours – innovate in Win32, Rock .NET and WPF, or combine the two. Any way you go, you will
have the power to create the most updated, visually appealing business applications –
on time and under budget.
Download a 45-day evaluation copy of PowerBuilder 12.5
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