jSyncManager.org announces the first beta release of the jSyncManager 3.0 Palm Hand-held Synchronization Core Application Set for Java, and the fourth beta release of the jSyncManager 3.0 API for Java.
TORONTO, CANADA, 18 August 2003 - The jSyncManager.org team is pleased to announce the release of its first beta of the jSyncManager v3.0 Core Application Set. This application set is designed to allow organizations to easily run PalmOS data synchronization tasks in cross-platform environments, using Sun Microsystem's popular Java(tm) Runtime Environment.
"This is a very important release for us", said Brad Barclay, Lead Developer and Project Administrator for jSyncManager.org. "We've had a long development cycle, and have had many contributors who have given their time and ideas to reshape the jSyncManager applications to better fit the needs of our users, and this is the result. As of this release, the jSyncManager is feature complete, which means that everything users and developers wanted to see in this release are now there" said Barclay. "Now we simply need to undergo full testing to make sure that everything works as expected."
Also released today was beta 04 of the jSyncManager v3.0 Application Programmers Interface (API), a set of tools for software developers to allow them to integrate jSyncManager functionality into their own development projects.
The jSyncManager v3.0 Core Application Set is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). The jSyncManager v3.0 API is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). Both are available, along with full source code, for immediate download through the jSyncManager.org web site.
jSyncManager.org is an Open Source project lead by Brad Barclay and supported by globally dispersed contributors. Since its inception in 1997, The jSyncManager.org Project has sought to bring high-quality, cross platform data synchronization solutions to individual and enterprise users. Since 2002, the project has been available as Open Source, and has received contributions and support from dozens of individuals and major corporations. For more information, please visit the jSyncManager.org Project web site at http://www.jsyncmanager.org.
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