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Demicron Releases Java Development Toolset

Demicron, a Swedish software company, released WireFusion, a new Java programming tool that includes drag-and-drop functionality for creation of Java applets and illustrations.

WireFusion is a Java 2 application, running on any platform that supports Java 2. It handles multi-layer image processing in real-time and users are able to develop Java applets and illustrations by making connections between objects.

Features of the development tool include programmable 256-scale Alpha channels, JPEG image sequence generator, and a publishing wizard with an FTP client.

Contact Demicron, www.demicron.com.

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