— and yes, we’ve spelled it correctly — has released Multi-DBServer for Mac OS X, Mac OS 9, and (if you really care) Windows systems. ColourFull has been designing software and hardware since 1993.
MDBS is a database server. Its basic structure is a TCP/IP socket connection that can pass data to and from on, according to MacTech magazine. The MDBS was designed primarily to help the RealBasic developer set up a cost effective multi-user database solution; however, any program that can open a TCP/IP connection with a socket port, such as C/C++/Java/Visual Basic and others, can communicate with the server.
With Multi-DBServer up to 100 users can be purchased for US$300; this price is for both Mac and Windows platforms. The folks at Colourfull say there are “no other fees ever.”
Multi-DBServer is available now. More info can be found at the Colourfull Creations Web site at for product prices and purchase information. Demos are available.