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AJAX Bindows 2.5 Supports IE7 and Firefox 2.0

Bindows Cross Browser Compatibility Makes Development of Enterprise Web 2.0 Aps Easy

MB Technologies, developers of Bindows, the development framework for AJAX and Web 2.0 applications, announced the release of Bindows version 2.5 with full support for Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) and Mozilla Firefox 2.0, as well as enhancements and fixes for section-508 accessibility support. Bindows "first responder" policy to browser market changes ensures seamless support for developers.

Bindows leads the industry with the richest toolset for generating large-scale, complex enterprise applications using object oriented programming. In addition to offering best in industry section-508 compliance, and full cross-browser support, Bindows can generate a GUI with a true Windows look-and-feel.

"We're committed to delivering prompt and complete solutions for all major browser upgrades," said Yoram Meriaz, CEO at MB Technologies. "Just a few days after the release of IE7 and Mozilla Firefox 2.0 - Bindows offers complete support. Bindows 2.5 is available at no cost to existing customers."

In a few weeks, Bindows 3.0 will be released. Several new features in Bindows 3.0 include enhanced SVG support for graphs and charts, a new family of gauges and an animation library.

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