JNBridge Powers .NET Integration Feature in Adobe ColdFusion 8
Boulder, Colorado, US—July 30, 2007—JNBridge, LLC announced today that its Java and .NET interoperability tool has been selected by Adobe to help power the .NET integration feature for the new release of ColdFusion 8.
ColdFusion is Java-based application that provides developers a fast and easy way to build powerful Internet applications. With JNBridge’s embedded functionality, ColdFusion 8 adds native support for .NET objects, bridging the gap between ColdFusion applications and Microsoft .NET.
With the .NET integration feature, developers can leverage the functionality of existing .NET programs, access Microsoft products such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and easily integrate ColdFusion applications within the enterprise, either on the same Windows server or on a remote machine.
“ColdFusion has always allowed developers to take advantage of their Java assets. Our collaboration with JNBridge has enabled us to more quickly expand that to .NET as well. Our customers no longer need to select one platform to the exclusion of the other,” said Tim Buntel, Senior Product Marketing Manager for ColdFusion at Adobe. “Now they can develop in both Java and .NET, without having to alter their .NET code base or performing any other additional work. Our initial goal was very clear: the ColdFusion .NET integration should be very easy for developers to use, it should run on all the platforms, and it should perform very well. JNBridge turned out to be the partner for us to realize these goals.”
JNBridge provides Java and .NET interoperability tools that easily connect any type of program element across the platform boundary. JNBridge is a privately-held company located in Boulder, Colorado. Founded in 2001, JNBridge has grown to hundreds of customers and tens of thousands of users worldwide. Organizations using JNBridge products range from Global 500 enterprises to ISVs (Independent Software Vendors) and consulting shops, solving Java and .NET interoperability issues in a tremendous variety of applications. Please visit www.jnbridge.com for more information.