.NET gets Win32 cloud applications with Unify

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Team Developer 6.0 is the latest release from Unify in their support for rapid application development and they introduced a new compiler and runtime to enable developers to provide support for Microsoft .NET Framework with with the click of a button. Unify began support for the .NET Framework in 2006 when they purchased Gupta Technologies and the new release of Team Developer 6.0 reinforces that commitment to the .NET world.

Team Developer 6.0 just released new compiler and runtime for Win32 .NET Framework support

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