Web site building applications developer
NetObjects has announced plans to support Mac OS X with its new NetObjects Matrix platform. NetObjects Matrix is a Java-based technology developed for service providers that enables their small business users to integrate third party services into a unified Web site creation architecture. It was first introduced at last week’s JavaOne conference.
NetObjects explained that NetObjects Matrix Web services are delivered by hardware companies, ISPs, hosting companies, telecommunications companies and major brands that license the NetObjects Matrix technology.
NetObjects executive Vice President Mark Patton noted that his company has seen an increase in demand for Mac-compatible technology.
“We have great synergy with Apple, as the Mac appeals to so many small businesses, and NetObjects solutions are developed with the small business end-user in mind,” said Patton.
NetObjects Matrix incorporates a Web-based graphical site builder, and supports modular output technology that simplifies the user’s ability to create and distribute Web sites that can be repurposed for Web browsers and wireless access devices.