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New Release of Gupta Technologies’ TD Mobile Makes Building Cross-Platform Mobile Enterprise Apps Even Easier and More Accessible to Developers

Gupta Technologies, a global provider of application development, database and migration software, today announces the availability of a new release of its mobile enterprise development tool, TD Mobile version 1.1. This new version enhances capabilities for easier data connectivity without requiring developers to write any code as well as support for NoSQL databases.

Connecting the front-end user interface to server-side data connections typically requires custom coding, knowledge of data stores and other time-consuming configurations. While this step in the development process isn’t complex, it does require a specialized skill set. This latest release of TD Mobile removes the requirement for developers to write code and learn the query syntax of the databases. Instead, TD Mobile now enables the use of visual page designs and outlines to drag-and-drop objects and defines data connections graphically.

“The guiding principal that TD Mobile is built upon is to reduce the complexity and time involved to develop and deploy a mobile enterprise application,” said Frank Verardi, Vice President and General Manager of Gupta Technologies. “While some companies have the benefit of staffing development teams with specialized expertise, there are many other companies with development groups that have broader skill sets that simply want to get mobile enterprise applications built and accessible to users without investing in massive coding efforts or expense. The benefit of TD Mobile is that mobile enterprise application development is now achievable for organizations using developers of all skill levels and backgrounds.”

The new release of TD Mobile features NoSQL database connectivity. This feature enables true portability for mobile application NoSQL databases, which is designed to handle the dynamic needs of mobile applications. Developers can switch databases without having to change the application code. Additionally, TD Mobile provides developers with the ability to code HTML5 and JavaScript for customizations that are accessible through the TD Mobile development system.

TD Mobile is a single, complete development solution for building HTML5 web applications for a cross-platform experience (mobile, tablet, desktop) using a single source code. Developers around the world use TD Mobile because it unifies the technologies for rapid development on the front end with no coding required connectivity and data binding on the backend, to simply and cost-effectively deliver mobile Web enterprise applications.

Availability:

TD Mobile version 1.1 is now available. A free 30-day trial is available for download from www.guptatechnologies.com.

About Gupta Technologies:

Gupta Technologies, a Daegis Inc. (NASDAQ:DAEG) company, provides application development, migration and database software to organizations around the world. For over 30 years, Gupta software has helped customers simplify and accelerate business application and database development. From client server, Web, .NET and mobile enterprise app development, Gupta removes complexity from the development process by eliminating low-level coding, delivering highly productive software for developers of all skill levels. Gupta’s Composer Technologies product line offers automated software and services for migrating Lotus Notes and Oracle Forms applications. Visit www.guptatechnologies.com and follow Gupta on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube, and its blog.

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