Aonix, a provider of solutions for mission-critical software applications, has released version 4.0 of its TeleUSE, an object-oriented user interface management system environment, for 64-bit architectures.
According to the company, the new platform support in TeleUSE 4.0 enables seamless cross-platform Motif graphical user interface (GUI) application development on the latest 64-bit systems running Linux, Solaris, and HPUX. A 32-bit edition of TeleUSE 4.0 continues to support development of applications on 32-bit platforms.
The company claims that TeleUSE supports Wysiwyg graphical editing, widget design editing, as well as font, color, and pixmap picture editing. It provides a full production-quality environment that supports interactive development, design, debug and maintenance of applications containing a Motif GUI. Using TeleUSE, developers can build large-scale enterprise GUI applications using a template facility for the construction of user interface elements and an easy-to-program dialog scripting language to implement user interface logic.
Recognizing the need for more than source code output generation for a GUI, TeleUSE offers facilities for building a full and final application executable using a platform-independent approach. TeleUSE also provides full support for integration of third-party Motif widgets, such as the XRT Professional Developer’s Suite (XRT PDS), which is used by professional developers to build informative, attractive and functional user-interfaces.
Brand new with this release of TeleUSE is support for the HPUX operating system for the Itanium processor. This port was partially funded by a customer in the European Community and has since been in high demand from several other customers in the aerospace and defense industries, making it among the highest priority development efforts for Aonix.
In addition to support for 64-bit processors, TeleUSE 4.0 delivers an update to support Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.0 for Intel and AMD 64-bit machines and is designed specifically to support Solaris 10.
Gary Cato, director of marketing at Aonix, said: With the use of 64-bit operating systems on high-performance, relatively inexpensive hardware platforms becoming commonplace, a number of Aonix customers have been asking for 64-bit support. With this latest version of TeleUSE, we are addressing their need and giving them the capability to combine the power of these newer, faster machines and latest operating system versions with the well-proven scalability and robustness of TeleUSE.