Modular Software is constantly
developing applications using Coyote for both public and in-house use.
These applications range from the painfully simple ...
Reporting functions that
capture ACCESS reports and display them to the browser.
thru visually appealing ...
Drawing real-time usage
graphs by manipulating HTML tables.
to full-brown business applications.
Users have Coyote applications
running that range from Unix admin shells (EZ-Open from Repton) to college
bookstore systems (Web Mate from BudgetText) to on-line commerce (on-line
shopping at Alaska Computer Brokers) to K-12 school attendence tracking
(ADM-2000 by Ace Software).
Here is a short list of some
of the on-line applications that you can look at:
modsoft.com Software Download Application
If you download
software from Modular Software web sites, you are using a fully
persistent Coyote application. This application does more than
just get your name, address, and email. It also allows us to post
software releases with the simple act of copying a file into a
release directory. All of the release downloads are dynamically
generated real-time including merging release notes and even the
colors for the table rows. This application was developed in-house
in less than a day.
demonstrates several easy to implement and quite useful functions.
You can look at captures of general system functions like POVF
and WHAT. You can also look at very neat graphs of web server
activity displayed using HTML table functions.
ago, a large prospect wanted to see how hard it would be to build
an e-commerce application. They already had a non-Pick application
with several months of development effort invested and in all
fairness, it did not look or work all that well. This shell application
is quite a way from complete, but with only 3 hours of programming
time invested, you can see just how easy the Coyote development
Demo Activation Codes
If you have
downloaded PicLan-IP or Coyote, you probably started with a 45-day
demo code. This is actually one of the first fully persistent
applications written with Coyote. The "wizard" look
and feel is ideal for this type of user interface.