August 20, 2011 in Mac OSX (E)
[prMac.com] Reykjavik, Iceland - Salt is a productivity application for creating large scale websites at great speed. Salt is a document based, portable database application with exceptional import/export capabilities. Salt contains tree like keyword oriented data structures that can be very organized and useful if they are implemented in a correct way.
Salt requires no special technical nohow to operate, still users can dive deeper if they please and get better results. Salt is all about structures and there lies it's strength i.e. the ability to hold complex two dimensional web structure in a single file with accurate visual representation for the user.
Salt has wide practical usage, in all sectors of life that create online content. Academic or personal papers, manuals, directories, personal link directories, research projects notation, software development notation, etc. Salt is ideal for documenting chronological events/structures of any kind, from documenting news to research projects, and presenting them in a organized manner for the end user.
Salt puts the power of the webmaster in the hands of the layman. On a single computer Salt can easily produce 1000 html pages a day with meaningful content. With this fast to web option Salt makes it easy to structure a complex website that can go online fast and allows for gradual content buildup over time. This gives many options for those that want to plug into search engine traffic.
* Mac OS 10.5.8 or later
* Intel or PowerPC
Pricing and Availability:
Salt costs $99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and is available on the Salt App website.
ipSoft Ltd. is a Icelandic company located in Reykjavik. The company has focused on web application development since 2001. Now with it's first release of a native application on the Mac platform, ipSoft has promoted much of it's past experiense to the Mac platform. Copyright (C) 2011 ipSoft Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.