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Magic uniPaaS Jet Reaches New Cruising Altitude

Israel headquartered Magic Software has announced that its uniPaaS Jet application development platform is now available for free development and deployment use. Known for its on-premise application platform and business integration products, the company says that "thousands of developers" have already downloaded the single-user edition of the product, which is positioned as a developer platform for building mobile, cloud, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), and rich internet applications (RIAs).

Magic asserts that uniPaaS will simplify the development processes with an application engine that is sports a metadata-driven methodology to enable developers to focus on their business vision rather than on programming. uniPaaS Jet is a new edition of uniPaaS and will be released along with all future uniPaaS releases. In addition, an extensive collection of sample applications and How-Tos are included to help new users get started quickly.

"Magic Software's uniPaaS Jet gives developers the chance to explore their business ideas immediately, and to take advantage of new opportunities as their business grows," said Eyal Pfeifel, chief technology officer at Magic Software. "We are confident that thousands of new developers will enjoy the uniPaaS Jet experience and will bring new and exciting business initiatives to the market."

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