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    Is NetObjects Fusion as a Company and Product Still alive?

    I have used the product for many years and they seem to have gone "dark" a few years ago.

    Does anybody have any information?

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    Mike Gorman

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    As a company they are still selling and supporting Koken and when you log a support request that request is replied to by 'Team Netobjects'. So it seems at least one or two people are still working there. I haven't needed support for Fusion for many years so don't know if 'Team Netobjects' is still providing support for it. Others may know more. I do know there is no sign whatsoever of any further product development but who knows? Maybe they'll surprise us all by coming out with a new responsive version NoF2019 (I can hear the laughter now!)

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    The main reason why I ask is that I would really like a Wiscorp website that would auto-magically adjust its width to the device it's been viewed from. If there's an immediate way of doing that, that's great, I'd sure like to know.... If not, I think I'll move onto a different platform. I have one in mind that I believe could ultimately work as a mechanism for Wiscorp.com replacement....

    That said, since my thought are just that at this point, versus actual experimentation, the product would enable me to keep the website's content into "database" of menus, pages of content, and links, and then to feed that to an overall style sheet presentation layer... While this is sort of what I do now, in my NOD file the "database" and everything else is in one place. This alternative approach would enable me to have a building layer that is separate from a presentation layer...

    Thoughts?

    Mike Gorman

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