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Curl Releases Curl Version 7.0 Nitro Beta 2

Beta Update of Enterprise Rich Internet Application Platform

Curl has announced the immediate availability of the Beta 2 release of Curl Nitro, the code name for version 7.0 of the Curl Rich Internet Application (RIA) Platform. As with the initial beta release announced earlier this year, the Curl Nitro Beta 2 offers the essential capabilities of the Fit Client, including support for rich user interfaces, complex application logic and agile development. Beta 2 builds on these capabilities through new features for developers looking to build both traditional enterprise-class RIAs, as well as Desktop RIAs.

In addition to providing enterprise-level security, high performance and support for large data sets, new features and functionality, the Curl Nitro Beta 2 release includes:

  • Enhanced application performance through improved compiler register allocation
  • New default look and feel for controls
  • Ability for Curl applets to control page views when using the embedded browser API
  • Support for encryption in SQLite APIs
  • Ability to leverage the newly released Curl Development tools for Eclipse (CDE)

The Curl Nitro Beta 2 continues to support a wide range of Windows platforms, as well as Linux and Mac, and is currently available for download at http://www.curl.com/download/nitro/index.php.

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