Business Software Communication GravityZoo Client

GravityZoo Client Beta 3 Build 0.9.9.032008051603 for Windows

by DitchITall B.V.B.A.

Avg. Rating 4.5 (16 votes)

File Details

File Size 4.1 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,290
Publisher DitchITall B.V.B.A.
Homepage GravityZoo Client

Publisher's Description

The GravityZoo Client is a small software stack that opens the gateway to the GravityZoo Framework of which the Client becomes an integral part. GravityZoo's newly developed technology allows for the delivery of all applications as a service at anytime anyplace and across anydevice in a distributed networked computing environment.

There is an accompanying documentation package available for download including a Reference Library and tutorial for the Development as a Service environment.

Latest Reviews

jingles

jingles reviewed vBeta 0 on Dec 5, 2006

Although there is not much to do yet, it gives a glimpse at a new kind of technology allowing you to run applications via the internet.

The package includes a program called NetBrowser, which offers a nice twist at browsing the web. You can choose between Mozilla and Internet Explorer. Only features like bookmarks/favorites are missing at this time.

If you're a developer, try the Development Environment; which is also very basic, but allows you to create small programs which run on a server somewhere, though act like a program running locally.

Avg. Rating 4.5 (16 votes)
Your Rating
jingles

jingles reviewed vBeta 0 on Dec 5, 2006

Although there is not much to do yet, it gives a glimpse at a new kind of technology allowing you to run applications via the internet.

The package includes a program called NetBrowser, which offers a nice twist at browsing the web. You can choose between Mozilla and Internet Explorer. Only features like bookmarks/favorites are missing at this time.

If you're a developer, try the Development Environment; which is also very basic, but allows you to create small programs which run on a server somewhere, though act like a program running locally.

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