Mountain View, CA - May 31, 2012 – Matisse Software today announces the immediate availability of the new Objective-C interface to the Matisse database on the Apple Mac OS X platform.
Objective-C, the primary language for the Mac OS and iOS platforms, is a simple programming language designed to enable sophisticated object-oriented programming. Objective-C extends the standard ANSI C language by providing syntax for defining classes, and methods, as well as other constructs that promote dynamic extension of classes.
The Objective-C Matisse interface integrates seamlessly with Apple development environment Xcode, which provides an integrated object-oriented solution for software developers, from analysis and design to code generation, maintenance and reverse engineering.
The tight integration between Objective-C and Matisse has proven to reduce application complexity with direct object-to-object mapping and to accelerate development through the fusion of native object support and SQL.
“The Objective-C Matisse interface defines a scalable architecture for managing complex graphs of persistent objects. Its design is influenced by Apple Model-View-Controller and Object Modeling patterns;” said Didier Cabannes, President and CEO of Matisse Software. “As a consequence, Cocoa-based applications can fully take advantage of Matisse database unique features while preserving the benefits of Apple fundamental design patterns.”
Matisse 9 supports the popular platforms with Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, Java, .NET and Cocoa frameworks, SQL and XML standards, and a broad range of language bindings including Java, C++, C, Objective-C, C#, VB.NET, Python, PHP and Eiffel. Most language bindings are published as open source software
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