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TSW WebPad.NET released!

November 13, 2006

Hello all,

I'm very happy to tell you that TSW WebPad.NET has just been released! You can find more information about it, including screenshots and a couple of cool video demos, on the WebPad.NET product page. You will also find a download link for the trial version, which will allow you to try the application for 25 times. Remember that it requires the .NET framework to run, so unless you're running Windows Vista, you might need to download the framework as well. More information can be found on the .NET info page.

As you may have noticed, a couple of the pages here at tsware.net has been updated too, with new information as well as a new look. I hope you will like it all. If you have any comments, be sure to let us know :)

WebPad.NET is a brand new application, and while it has been tested by lots of betatesters for the last couple of months, bugs may still exist. If you find any, then please contact us with as many details as possible, and we will look into it.

That's all for now. Enjoy WebPad.NET! :)

Kasper (TSW) @ 11:19 pm in TSW,WebPad.NET

One Response to “TSW WebPad.NET released!”

  1. rstar says:

    Congratulations, Kasper and the TSW Crew!! You’ve a fine accomplishment in the new TSW WebPad.NET
    From the thoughtful design of the fast, lightweight, “Everything of what you need, and nothing that you don’t”-layout to the intuitive nature of the CodeSnippets, a laughably simple approach to an extraordinarily powerful level of custom code management– a personalized coding experience unlike anything i’ve encountered, in any other PHP IDE currently available, including those designed by and made for Linux users.
    Basic Web Design and complex PHP MySQL Web Development is a breese with the cutting edge, brand-new WebPad.NET

    I believe TSW WebPad.NET is the very product TSWare.net needed for their development team to go from a solid, albeit smaller legion of loyal fans, to an underground rising star of enormous proportions, which surely will only continue to get better with age. Three cheers for TSW and WebPad.NET!! Now go check it out– the free trial gives you plenty of time to be convinced.

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