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Day: November 7, 1999 (Page 2 of 2)

ObjectSpace Releases Dynamic XML

ObjectSpace announced the general availability of Dynamic XML (DXML) 1.0 for Java. DXML simplifies XML development by allowing developers to create, write, and read XML documents as if they were standard Java Beans. Without DXML, developers face a much larger learning curve and must master the intricacies of low-level XML technology like parsers, DTDs and the DOM. ObjectSpace has released DXML free-of-charge to Java developers. DXML is also integrated into Voyager 3.1, the latest release of ObjectSpace’s product for enterprise distributed computing. DXML is available for immediate download from the ObjectSpace Web site at

EFI Launches eBeam to Makes Information from Whiteboard Available Over Internet

Electronics For Imaging, Inc. announced the company is expanding into Internet appliance products. The first in a new family of products, eBeam, converts any whiteboard into a digital workspace, allowing users to capture meeting-notes and diagrams in real time on their personal computer. Words and images can be viewed, edited, and shared across the world using a web browser. The eBeam system weighs approximately one pound and can easily be carried in a laptop case. Setting up eBeam takes less than three minutes. Any word or image drawn on the whiteboard appears on the desktop in full color. Meeting notes can be exported into a variety of popular formats for easy insertion into documents, spreadsheets, e-mail, and web pages. Meetings can be broadcast over the Internet or corporate intranet in real time with eBeam software. Notes can be printed in full color. This new patented product can be purchased beginning November 15, 1999. Estimated street price is approximately $

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