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jBASE was voted as the Best MultiValue Database in the 2014 Database Trends and Applications Readers’ Choice Awards.
Programmers can now write web applications using Python and then directly read and write jBASE files from those applications.
jBASE was designed to be an open database product bringing the strengths of multiple platform and multiple database access into the mainstream computing market.
Mission-critical applications in the banking, education, retail, healthcare, oil/gas, government, and travel industries depend on MultiValue database systems.
Dan Ell of jBASE tells how 25 years of jBASE’s development has led to the evolution of a product perfectly placed for today’s and tomorrow’s application needs.
jBASE announces full support for Windows 8 in the latest release of its 64-bit, multi-dimensional database – jBASE 5.2.