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ALM

Abbreviation for:
acral lentiginous melanoma
Action Learning for Managers (Medspeak-UK)
antiluminal membrane
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Delivery schedules of components and the new architecture of the next major releases of AppWare were also charted today as part of a series of strategic announcements.
0 links AppWare to the Newton; PDA for Newton Store gives access to Newton stores (PC cards); PDA for Newton Soup allows access to Newton soups (data stores); PDA for Newton Cursor supports all Newton cursor functionality; PDA for Newton Entry enables mapping of dynamic Newton frame information; and PDA for Newton Note supports Note objects (text and graphics).
The past six months have been a quiet victory for AppWare as we have purposefully pursued development of network applications tools for the Macintosh and Windows platforms," said Ed Firmage, president of Network Multimedia.
Developers using this ALM and AppWare can deliver solutions that make the scanner a common input device for their desktop or network-based applications," said Ed Firmage, director of marketing for Novell's NetWare Tools Division.
As the first in a series of announcements for relaunching AppWare, Network Multimedia announced that it will focus on bringing the benefits of AppWare's high-level approach to network and multimedia application development to the new generation of Internet developers.
A powerful 5GL, AppWare offers developers a simple, visual development tool for cost-effectively building well-integrated, task-specific business solutions.
By enabling AppWare to become an OpenDoc development
According to Rick Haigis, vice president of marketing at The Programmer's Shop, demand for AppWare 1.
today announced AppWare partners, Alta Technologies, Attachmate, ECO High Tech Group, Folio Corporation, Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HWP), Open
As Novell provides network services and groupware functions to application developers through AppWare and AppWare Loadable Modules (ALMs) and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), the number of network applications will grow.
1; and growing developer support for Novell's object oriented, component based software development environment, AppWare.