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3 responses to “QuickArrow Releases Small Business Edition”

  1. charles

    QuickArrow has been claiming to be working on Firefox support for years with their entire product line. At their user conference last year I confirmed my suspicions with one of their developers that there was NO ACTIVE WORK going toward any non-IE browser compatibility. It seems “working on it” is something of a lie. I would not use QuickArrow for any of my business needs.

  2. Ben Kepes

    @Charles – hopefully QuickArrow responds to your claims

    The floor is yours guys…

  3. Eric

    We fully appreciate your concerns and tried to find you to reach out personally but couldn’t find a Charles in the registration logs from either of our last two user conferences. Please contact us directly, as we’d be happy to share our plans with you in greater detail than this post allows.

    We recognize the need to become more multi-browser friendly moving forward, and so with our most recent release in March, we formally introduced our new user interface technology, featuring the EXT JS framework, which supports all major web browsers. Moving forward, all new functionality released will be built on this framework so that we can ultimately become truly browser-agnostic.

    I’m including links to our press release announcing this, and also to the EXT JS website, but please feel free to contact me directly with any follow up questions.

    Eric Hanich
    VP of Product Management