ObjectVision


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ObjectVision

An earlier development package from Borland for creating Windows and OS/2 applications. It used "stacks of forms" as user interface building blocks and "graphical trees" for describing processing. ObjectVision read and wrote ASCII, dBASE, Paradox and Btrieve files.
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CICS OS/2 Version 2 enhances user productivity by allowing applications to utilize the capabilities of advanced graphical user interfaces (GUIs) using generators such as Kase:VIP, Smalltalk, ObjectVision, and Easel and natively using OS/2 Presentation Manager(A) and Windows.
The pieces include an object-oriented language standard, a "scalable architecture" that will encompass both single- and multi-processor systems, graphical front ends like ObjectVision for higher-level applications development, a rich networking environment (based on shared technology with Novell), and server-based systems for "complex transaction processing" tasks that demand more power than current PC platforms can deliver.
Borland offers some of the world's most widely used computer software, including Paradox, dBASE, InterBase, QuattroPro, ObjectVision, Borland C++ and Turbo Pascal.