Monday, December 08, 2003

LinuxPlanet - Reports - Linux-Based PageBuilder Takes on Microsoft's FrontPage - Using the Web to Build the Web

LinuxPlanet - Reports - Linux-Based PageBuilder Takes on Microsoft's FrontPage - Using the Web to Build the Web: "Linux open source developer SQLFusion says it's taking on Microsoft FrontPage with its first commercial product, a server-based software system aimed at quick, WYSIWYG creation of Web pages from Linux, Windows, and other desktops.
Through mid-December, SQLFusions's PAS PageBuilder will be available free of charge to beta testers. After PageBuilder leaves beta, SQLFusion will start to charge a $10 to $15 monthly subscription fee, said SQLFusion CEO Philippe Lewicki."

Via http://www.watchingmicrosoftlikeahawk.com/
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