One size fits all.


WebObjects

Apple’s enterprise technology for building flexible, Java-based network applications, WebObjects 4 gives you the advantage of phenomenal scalability—everything from small workgroup deployments to large corporate websites and extranets serving millions of customers. (To see examples of WebObjects in action, visit Disney’s Online Store, Music Boulevard, Aetna US Healthcare, Adobe Systems, Inc., MCI, Bell South, the US Postal Service and the US Defense Department.)

WebObjects lets you make each customer feel like one in a million (instead of one of millions). It helps you personalize the online experience—and represent your company’s core values on the Internet—with some significant advantages:

 

Industrial Strength Performance
When it comes to online transactions, WebObjects 4 delivers the heavy-duty performance you need to serve millions of customers. In fact, WebObjects 3.5 users will see major enhancements in WebObjects 4 —including a 5x speed increase from simply recompiling existing network applications.

Macintosh Runtime for Java Java Interoperability

WebObjects 4 lets you use leading-edge cross-platform technologies such as Java. Major advances in Java functionality, include drag-and-drop control over Java applets and full compliance with the “write once, run anywhere” standard of Java interoperability.

 

More Benefits
Additional features include a graphical environment for developing business applications, cross-platform compatibility, easy access to your legacy data, and faster time to market.
More Benefits
To buy WebObjects, call 1-800-879-6398, contact one of our regional offices, or submit this online request form. You can start rewriting the rules of e-commerce for as little as $1499.

Direct to Web

New tools speed development with a graphical environment for developing business applications, cross-platform compatibility, access to your legacy data, and faster time to market.




Search Tips | Site Map Extended Index

The Apple Store | Hot News | About Apple | Products | Support
Design & Publishing | Education | Developer | Where to Buy | Home

Contact Us
Copyright © 1999 Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved.