ABYAN Releases 'Develop Once-Deliver Everywhere' System For Building Wired and Wireless Internet Applications

Free Downloadable Technology Preview available from www.abyan.com



Apr 24, 2001, 01:00 ET from ABYAN

    FAIRFAX, Va., April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Software innovator, ABYAN,
 announces the release of its first software tool, the ABYAN Internet
 Development Environment (IDE).  ABYAN IDE enables programmers to develop
 user-customized wired and wireless Internet sites that can support the
 "optimal display capability" of multiple Internet devices such as PCs, Palm
 Pilot, PocketPC, Microsoft Stinger, WAP, Internet appliances and other
 devices.  With new wireless devices being released every week from major
 manufacturers such as Compaq, HP, Casio, Gateway, Palm, Handspring, Nokia and
 others, the wireless Internet market is hungry for applications that can be
 developed with software tools such as the ABYAN IDE.
     "We wanted to develop a software tool for programmers and web developers
 that provided an integrated solution for supporting both wired and wireless
 devices from a single web site," offered Dennis Defensor, CEO of ABYAN.  "In
 the process, we created a truly modular approach to building web-based
 applications that even allows the non-technical end-user to customize their
 own personal pages, that they can then access with any Internet device."
     Unlike traditional web development systems, which are designed to build
 full web pages, ABYAN IDE programmers build virtual pages with modular,
 sub-page components that can be compiled like "Lego" blocks.  These sub-page
 components, called "Active WebCells," can be created, copied or shared by
 non-technical end-users to build "personal pages" or "group pages."  With
 ABYAN IDE, data is dynamically transformed to the optimal display capability
 of each Internet device.  This patent-pending technology is a versatile
 software platform for building wired and wireless corporate intranets,
 enterprise portals, web-based applications, and true hubs (dynamically-
 connected sites).
     The Technology Preview of the Standard Edition is currently available for
 the Microsoft NT Operating System.  It can be downloaded for free at
 www.abyan.com .  A user support line is available at 703-556-6436.  ABYAN will
 release the Enterprise Edition later this year.  Versions for Linux and Sun
 Microsystems' Solaris operating systems will be released in the future.
 
     Based in Fairfax, Virginia, ABYAN is a software company, which builds
 next-generation tools and applications for the wireless and wired Internet.
 ABYAN IDE is the first of these applications.  For further information visit
 the company's website at www.abyan.com .
 
     ABYAN and the ABYAN logo are registered trademarks of ABYAN Inc.  All
 other trademarks and copyrights are property of their respective owners.
 
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    FAIRFAX, Va., April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Software innovator, ABYAN,
 announces the release of its first software tool, the ABYAN Internet
 Development Environment (IDE).  ABYAN IDE enables programmers to develop
 user-customized wired and wireless Internet sites that can support the
 "optimal display capability" of multiple Internet devices such as PCs, Palm
 Pilot, PocketPC, Microsoft Stinger, WAP, Internet appliances and other
 devices.  With new wireless devices being released every week from major
 manufacturers such as Compaq, HP, Casio, Gateway, Palm, Handspring, Nokia and
 others, the wireless Internet market is hungry for applications that can be
 developed with software tools such as the ABYAN IDE.
     "We wanted to develop a software tool for programmers and web developers
 that provided an integrated solution for supporting both wired and wireless
 devices from a single web site," offered Dennis Defensor, CEO of ABYAN.  "In
 the process, we created a truly modular approach to building web-based
 applications that even allows the non-technical end-user to customize their
 own personal pages, that they can then access with any Internet device."
     Unlike traditional web development systems, which are designed to build
 full web pages, ABYAN IDE programmers build virtual pages with modular,
 sub-page components that can be compiled like "Lego" blocks.  These sub-page
 components, called "Active WebCells," can be created, copied or shared by
 non-technical end-users to build "personal pages" or "group pages."  With
 ABYAN IDE, data is dynamically transformed to the optimal display capability
 of each Internet device.  This patent-pending technology is a versatile
 software platform for building wired and wireless corporate intranets,
 enterprise portals, web-based applications, and true hubs (dynamically-
 connected sites).
     The Technology Preview of the Standard Edition is currently available for
 the Microsoft NT Operating System.  It can be downloaded for free at
 www.abyan.com .  A user support line is available at 703-556-6436.  ABYAN will
 release the Enterprise Edition later this year.  Versions for Linux and Sun
 Microsystems' Solaris operating systems will be released in the future.
 
     Based in Fairfax, Virginia, ABYAN is a software company, which builds
 next-generation tools and applications for the wireless and wired Internet.
 ABYAN IDE is the first of these applications.  For further information visit
 the company's website at www.abyan.com .
 
     ABYAN and the ABYAN logo are registered trademarks of ABYAN Inc.  All
 other trademarks and copyrights are property of their respective owners.
 
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