At a developer’s conference for Witango (formerly Tango), they showcased the new version of the product. The cool part is that there will be a Mac OS X version that will run with Apache and Webstar
Witango is a development environment for creating dynamic Web sites that are integrated with popular database systems. Using Witango actions, solutions are built through a point-and-click, drag and drop interface. Web applications can purportedly be created without writing any code.
First released in 1994, Witango was designed to optimize developers’ productivity in building and deploying scalable multi-tier Web business solutions on Mac, Windows and Unix platforms.
At the recent developers conference in Pittsburgh, both the Witango Studio and Server v5 for Mac OS X were demoed. Look for them at the end of the second quarter. (Thanks to MacCentral Jose Kuhn for the heads-up on this one.)