Inline Demonstrates New Version of iHTML
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Inline Internet Systems displayed its new Internet technology at the Internet World Canada '98 show at the Metro Toronto Convention Center last week.
Inline produces the popular iHTML Web programming language that is used around the world to build leading edge Web environments.
iHTML v2.12 is the latest version of Inline's powerful dynamic Web development programming language. iHTML allows developers to create dynamic, database driven, functional Web sites with ease. With over 200 new HTML-like tags, iHTML extends the standard HTML 3.0 language to allow the quick development of Internet/intranet Web sites.
iHTML v2.1 runs on the industry standard O'Reilly, Netscape, and Microsoft Web servers on the Intel Windows NT platform. Versions for the DEC Alpha, Novell Web Servers and various UNIX platforms will be available in March. Demos are available for download from the iHTML Web site.
Since its release in September 1997, hundreds of stores have been able to set up shop on the Internet due to it's ease of use and powerful features, which include credit card clearing, product catalog, browser based administration, customizable look and feel, unlimited stores, unlimited category depth, tax handling, shopping basket, shipping handling and much more.