Who Makes Clarion?
- Clarion is a proprietary programming language and integrated development environment (IDE) developed by SoftVelocity.
- It is a fourth-generation programming language (4GL) used for programming database applications.
- Clarion has 2 main products: Professional Edition and Enterprise Edition.
Introducing SoftVelocity: The Creators of Clarion
SoftVelocity is the renowned software company that brought Clarion to life, revolutionizing the programming landscape with its proprietary language and groundbreaking IDE. Since its release in April 1986 by Bruce Barrington, Clarion has become a go-to solution for developers seeking to build powerful database applications efficiently.
With Clarion, SoftVelocity has developed a fourth-generation programming language (4GL) that empowers developers to create bug-free applications quickly. The language supports various data access methods and file formats, including ISAM, SQL, ADO, ASCII, CSV, FoxPro, dBase, and ODBC. Clarion can seamlessly work with any database, whether it’s an SQL backend or a local ISAM file.