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Integration New Media's Flagship Database Solution Is Now Available For Macromedia Flash

Integration New Media unveils INM V12 Database

Integration New Media (INM) has announced that their popular INM V12 Database for Macromedia Director will soon be available for Macromedia Flash developers delivering projects on CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, kiosks or installed applications. INM V12 Database allows Flash developers to quickly and easily add powerful, scalable databases to such projects as e-catalogs, reference works, e-books, training and e-learning material and even games.

With a leading presence in interactive media programming for over 15 years, INM has now enhanced this well-established database technology, and now enables Flash to become a complete and powerful tool for the development of locally executable applications.

INM V12 Database is the multimedia industry’s leading choice in cross-platform database solutions for CD-ROM and local applications. Developers can dramatically enhance their projects by, for example, storing user data, keeping track of game scores or saving user progress in e-learning projects. INM V12 Database also saves on development time: content can easily be updated without having to republish the user interface.

INM V12 Database for Macromedia Flash is currently in beta, and INM is actively recruiting beta testers. INM V12 Database will be available for purchase later this fall. INM V12 Database beta was unveiled and demonstrated during the Macromedia MAX conference this year on October 19th in Anaheim, California.

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