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Macromedia Backstage Manager was a remote website management utility that was released by Macromedia.

Product historyEdit

The program was originally developed by iBand, which was acquired by Macromedia in March 1996.[1][2] Backstage Manager was released as part of version 1.0 of Macromedia Backstage Desktop Studio and Enterprise Studio, which went on sale in June 1996.[3]

It was also included as part of Macromedia Backstage Internet Studio 2,[4] which was released in the first quarter of 1997.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Macromedia goes Backstage, CNET. 1996-03-13.
  2. Backstage magic conjures sophisticated Web sites by Mike Heck, InfoWorld. 1996-04-15.
  3. Macromedia launches Backstage web development line, Computer Business Review. 1996-06-27.
  4. Macromedia constructs new Backstage by Carol Silwa at Network World. 1996-12-09.
  5. Desktop apps get more Web tools by Pardhu Vadlamudi at Info World. 1996-12-16.

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