Contrary to popular opinion, RBASE is not dead. We are
proud to develop new applications and support existing systems that we have developed in
RBASE. We have even taken over RBASE applications developed by
others. Some of our developers have been programming in RBASE
since the early 1980's.
original RBASE, was called MicroRIM. RIM was the mainframe
Relational Information Manager used by NASA to track the tiles on
its space shuttles. MicroRIM, was followed by RBASE 4000,
RBASE 5000, RBASE IV, RBASE 2.0, 2.1, 3.0, 3.1, 3.5, 4.0... all the
way to the current RBASE 7.6.
RBASE's original developer and owner, unfortunately went out of
business several years ago. But we still support RBASE and we'll
be happy to upgrade your version. RBASE Technologies now owns
and maintains RBASE.
of our clients have asked us to convert their R:BASE applications to
Access. Some larger clients, especially, were a little nervous
about Microrim's misfortunes several years ago. With the new
Windows versions that RBASE Technologies has come out with, we
see few reasons to convert from RBASE. In summary, while we have converted many RBASE applications to Access and SQL Server, we still
develop and maintain many
RBASE systems throughout the country and throughout the world..