From now on Pocket PC users can read CHM (Windows HTML help) eBooks of any size.
MicroOLAP Technologies Company (http://www.microolap.com), a leading provider of native connectivity components and drivers for database servers, as well as network drivers, announces the release of the CHM eBook Reader for Pocket PC.
CHM eBook Reader for Pocket PC is a program that allows you to view files in the most common Windows help format (*.CHM, also known as "compiled HTML"), on the Pocket PC platform.
CHM eBook Reader for Pocket PC key features:
Opening CHM files of any size not longer than in 2 seconds, even huge Microsoft Press CHM eBooks;
Full-Text Search in a whole CHM file;
Table of Contents;
User-friendly graphical interface that accurately reproduces the interface paradigm of the CHM reader for Windows PC platform;
Handling all images in Pocket Internet Explorer format;
Handling Microsoft ClearType technology for best font display;
Document ranging: you can view a document both in its original size or zoomed to the window size;
Customizable font size;
Now MicroOLAP Technologies distributes CHM eBook Reader for Pocket PC with support of Pocket PC 2002 and Pocket PC 2003.
The registered version of the CHM eBook Reader for Pocket PC includes the complete version of the 9/11 Commission Report in CHM format, specially converted from freely distributed PDF. The CHM version of the report provides full-text search, verified internal and external links, and other special features. Certainly, this file is fully compatible with the CHM eBook Reader for Pocket PC.
CHM eBook Reader for Pocket PC Single User License costs $14.95,
CHM eBook Reader for Pocket PC Developer License costs $299.95.
The Developer License allows Pocket PC application developers to distribute their application with CHM help system and CHM eBook Reader for Pocket PC for reading the help system.
MicroOLAP Technologies is a commercial project of Torry's Delphi Pages (http://www.torry.net), the world's leading independent resource, devoted to Borland Software Corporation development tools. MicroOLAP Technologies has been founded in the year 2000 and has received a Borland Technology Partner status in the summer of 2001. The company specializes in direct access technologies for various DMBS, networking components and drivers, as well as GIS-oriented components and applications development.