EveryWare Development Corp.'s Web/database integration tool, Tango for FileMaker, has been selected as a 1996 Editors' Choice Award Finalist for Best New Internet Server Application.
The "Eddy" Award recognizes the best Macintosh hardware and software products released throughout the year. Finalist products were selected based on their technological innovation, quality, performance, user friendliness, and value to Macintosh users.
"During a year of headline-grabbing news about the Internet, the Macintosh met the challenge with a slew of new Web publishing products while continuing to lead the way in graphics, imaging and DTP," noted MacUser editor in chief, Pamela Pfiffner.
"On the hardware side, the Macintosh excels in innovation. That's why many familiar names moved their products to the Macintosh platform, proving what insiders have known all along -- that the Mac platform is strong and growing."
Tango for FileMaker is a rapid application development tool that allows Web developers to easily integrate FileMaker Pro databases to the Web. The product first shipped in June 1996 and has received outstanding support from industry experts and Web developers world-wide.
"Tango for FileMaker has been a very hot product for us," said Dan McKenzie, president of EveryWare Development Corp. "There are millions of FileMaker Pro users in the World and Tango for FileMaker has been rated as the best product to use for developers looking to integrate a Web site with FileMaker Pro databases. The recognition received from MacUser Magazine proves that we have the best Web application development tool."
Tango for FileMaker has received reviews from leading Macintosh magazines World-Wide. The consensus of the articles is that Tango for FileMaker is the tool of choice for developers looking to Web enable their FileMaker Pro databases. Shelly Brisbin from MacUser magazine states, "Tango for FileMaker leads the field in user friendly Web database publishing." Charles Seiter from MacWorld magazine stated that Tango is "Excellent for rapid database connection to Web pages; great speed; great support."
The 1996 Eddy Awards ceremony will announce winners in 36 product categories. Special awards will honor the Hardware and Software Products of the Year as well as recognize the Breakthrough Technology of the Year. In addition, two personal achievement awards will be presented to individuals who have made significant contributions to the Macintosh industry.
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