VESTAL, N.Y., Feb. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- dataBased Intelligence Inc. (dBI), is so confident in its new software program, dbEverywhere, that it's challenging America's Web designers to a free "Data-Enabled Double Dare."
"I'm so sure dbEverywhere is the easiest way to data-enable any Web page, I'll let you try it for free," said Alan Katz, the creator of dbEverywhere. "I double dare you to show me an existing Web site that dbEverywhere can't quickly turn into a live data-aware site," Katz boasted. "It's fast...or it's free!"
"Although Web designers are comfortable with HTML and CSS, most are not database programmers," said Katz. "That's why I developed dbEverywhere. Now designers can build their sites to gather data from visitors, display pages of live data, and generate sophisticated PHP and MySQL applications automatically. All without writing one line of code. dbEverywhere's step-by-step wizard interface walks designers through the development process, then automatically generates the working code."
By making it simpler to employ live data over the Web, designers can quickly create sites that collect visitor information, conduct surveys, search inventory, and allow visitors to ask for answers requiring the site to compose a Web page on the fly.
In addition to fast-running code, dbEverywhere generates two versions: one for desktop browsers, one for mobile devices. When a dbEverywhere-generated page is called, it determines if it's being asked to run on a desktop, smartphone or iPad, then automatically displays the appropriate version for that particular device.
"It's so simple to use live data over the Web, we challenge designers to try it for free for seven days. In fact, we'll give them their money back within 30-days after the free trail, if dbEverywhere isn't everything we promise," said Katz. "Just visit www.dbEverywhere.com to start your free trail. I double dare you!"
Located in Vestal, NY, directly across the river from IBM's founding location in Endicott, NY -- considered by many to be the birthplace of the computer age -- dataBased Intelligence acquired dBASE in 1999. Created 30 years ago by Ashton-Tate, the .dbf file format is still used today by millions in Fortune 1000 companies and government agencies around the globe.
Priced at $149.97, dbEverywhere is available as a free trail at www.dbEverywhere.com.
SOURCE dataBased Intelligence Inc.