Aparajita Fishman will be speaking this Thursday at the meeting of the Northern California 4th Dimension Developers Association. He’ll be presenting his latest developer tool, Active4D.
Active4D is a tool for building a 4D Web site. A Carbonized version for Mac OS 8.x through Mac OS X is available, and offers a ready to run HTTP server with virtual hosting and advanced security features; a fully dynamic embedded scripting engine that executes real 4D code; and over 200 new Web-focused commands. Pricing depends on whether your order the developer or deployment version.
The meeting will take place at the Apple Town Hall Auditorium, 4 Infinite Loop, Apple Computer R&D Campus, Cupertino, CA, Thursday, May 16, 2002 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
“Aparajita is a legend in the 4D world,” Bryan Green, president of the Northern California 4th Dimension Developers Association, told MacCentral. “Many developers have used his tools, including Easy4D, QuickCodePro, ObjectTools, and Active4D. His latest work, Active4D, adds a new, complementary dimension to 4D’s Web capabilities.”
At Thursday’s meeting, Fishman will demonstrate how you can integrate and execute native 4D code in your HTML files; how you can use the more than 200 extra 4D commands available with Active4D; how you can use your existing expertise and Active4D to leverage 4D Server’s web capabilities; how you can create reusable, dynamically modifiable code libraries in Active4D; and more. After the presentation, Aparajita will host a Q&A session.
The Northern California 4th Dimension Developers Association meets on the second Thursday of each month to answer questions and view demos pertaining to 4th Dimension. All levels of users are welcome. For more information, go to the organization’s Web site.