StrikeIron Inc., a Durham, N.C.-based developer of technology that enables enterprises to utilize Web services, announced that its interface is now available for Java.
StrikeIron Web Services Analyzer and Developer Kit for Java are the latest offerings in the company's catalog, joining similar solutions for Windows.
The new Java interface eliminates the need to understand Web Services Description Language to discover and utilize XML-based Web services. Users can get faster access to information or rapidly build applications via this interface.
It also includes a point-and-click interface that requires no programming or compiling, a browser, a tree-based graphical browser for viewing and understanding of the input and output requirements of a Web service, and a table output view that can be saved directly to other applications, like Microsoft Excel.
The StrikeIron Web Services Developer Kit for Java accelerates application development and lowers costs by taking advantage of StrikeIron's Web Services Dynamic Object Technology (WSDOT). The WSDOT engine enables software developers to dynamically load, invoke, aggregate and govern the execution of multiple Web services at runtime. In addition to its graphical analysis capabilities, it includes a programmable API as well as a plug-in for the Java Eclipse environment.
A free trial is available. Pricing is $9.95 a month, or $99 for an annual subscription. The developers kit is $45.95 a month or $499 a year.