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4D AJAX For Dreamweaver v11 Now Available

Developers Can Build Business Intelligence Dashboards Without Any Hand Coding

4D announced the release of 4D Ajax For Dreamweaver v11, a plug-in for Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 that inserts 4D Ajax objects into standard web pages.

4D Ajax for Dreamweaver v11 has been updated to include support for 4D's newest 4D Ajax objects, Dashboards and Dashboard Charts. These customizable objects allow developers and designers alike to integrate business intelligence applications into new or existing websites with minimal effort.

"Making powerful reporting tools only solves one part of the problem in getting up-to-the-minute data in the hands of business users," said Laurent Ribardiere, Chairman and Founder of 4D SAS. "Adding support for these tools within Adobe Dreamweaver helps close the loop and allows companies to use their data in custom web applications more quickly."

4D Ajax For Dreamweaver v11 requires Adobe Dreamweaver CS3, 4D v11 SQL Release 1 (11.1) or 4D 2004.7+, and 4D Web 2.0 Pack v11. 4D Ajax for Dreamweaver v11 is free for all registered 4D Web 2.0 Pack users, and can be downloaded immediately at http://www.4d.com/products/downloads_4d.html.

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