Quantum Art Releases QP7.2: Latest QP7.Framework Features Expanded .NET Support and Usability for Web Developers and Content Managers

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 7, 2006

Quantum Art, a leading developer of content management and web publishing software, today announced version 7.2 of its leading content application server QP7.Framework. QP7.2 provides expanded support for all the .NET languages including Visual Basic.NET and C# as well as tools to help developers and users quickly and easily launch and manage dynamic web sites.

Our goal is to help customers transcend traditional content management and realize the value of newer, more flexible methods, said Quantum Art CEO Edward Shenderovich. With QP7.2, were offering our customers the most comprehensive web development platform to expedite the delivery of lightweight content applications, as well as workflow and import tools to help them change and manage their own dynamic web content.

Architecturally, QP7.Framework uses an object-oriented templating model, which provides superior flexibility to most other approaches and facilitates code reuse. The core presentation template and a library of template objects may be created using standard HTML-editing tools or using QP7s online interfaces. Quantum Art continues to support its view that content management solutions must facilitate openness and free information exchange, and just like previous QP7.Framework releases, QP7.2 does not carry any seat license costs.

New QP7.2 features include:

Improved and Expanded .NET Platform Functionality Developers and users now have full support for all the .NET languages including JavaScript and J#. Other tools included Quantum Arts OnScreen, Form Wizard and Object Hierarchy Trace. For example, with OnScreen functionality for .NET-developed websites, users can now visually edit content and easily navigate to article “form view” for editing. With Form Wizard users can automatically create submission forms based on a certain Content Type, and with Object Hierarchy Trace developers can view how object calls are nested in their projects to simplify the development process.

New Content Library and Site Library Fields Allows users to browse images stored in Content Types and the Site Library, to allow for much greater flexibility in document management and project implementations.

Improved Workflow Gives regular users the ability to automatically create notifications during the workflow creation process, without resorting to object coding done by developers.

Redesigned Site Export/Import Features Now users can selectively update existing sites and choose which parts of the site to update. Previously, users could only import/export an entire site but not update their existing site. In addition, this functionality allows the complete separation of development and production environments: users can start work in a development environment then update their work in the production environment using all the same data, code, and files.

Pricing and Availability

Quantum Art sells QP7.2 directly as licensed software and as a hosted service, and sells it through Quantum Arts growing partner network. Pricing begins at $ 10,999 per CPU for commercial use and at $ 8,999 for government, non-profit and educational customers. For more information, call: 1-888-899-3303, or email: growth [at] quantumart [dot] com.

About Quantum Art

Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, Quantum Art provides next-generation content management solutions and leads the market with QP7.Framework, its advanced content application server. QP7 delivers a framework for ultra-rapid development and deployment of dynamic sites and Web applications on top of structured information. Quantum Arts customers include ABBYY Software House, Authorize.net, Amnesty International, University of Houston, Bernalillo County (NM), Honolulu Police Department and others. For more information, please visit http://www.quantumart.com or call (888) 899-3303.

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