More than just websites
WebDNA is a great all-purpose language for adding dynamic elements to websites, and for putting together ecommerce sites or other sites using databases. But there's so much more you can do that is not readily obvious.
With an ecommerce site, you can track inventory as things sell, so the shopkeeper isn't caught short of stock, and knows when to reorder. You could even have an email alert sent to the shopkeeper when stock gets down to a certain level. You could also write code to dynamically change a catalog image based on color combinations the customer selects.
With WebDNA you can build full blown web applications. Often web applications are promoted as "software" because this is exactly how they behave... just like a desktop application, except that the user needs only a web browser. A web application could be any type of custom database solution, such as something an Access expert might develop for a client. The difference is that as a WebDNA solution, the application, being a website, can be accessible by multiple people, like the officers of an organzation or the sales staff of a company - no matter where in the world they are located. Jobs can be tracked by all parties involved. Taken a step further, clients can be given web access to proofs of their jobs, as might be the case in an advertising firm, streamlining workflow and eliminating the often impossible task of emailing a large PDF to clients with mailbox limits.
Schools can offer training, then certification exams online, and run the results through an automated grading process. Upon successful completion, the site can deliver a certificate that the user can print out themselves.
With the ability to access ODBC and SQL databases remotely, a company can make use of archived data residing elsewhere for powerful data retrieval, such as for past sales information.
Online reservations and ticket sales, including seat selection and availablity, can all be coded using WebDNA tools.
For spot usage in a website, WebDNA's comprehensive math abilities enable one to build calculators for figuring out calorie and nutritional values, mortgage rates, or something as simple as area and volume.
With the proliferation of the iPhone and other mobile web devices, special webpages can be designed to accommodate the small screens, so they behave like apps for the iPhone. Because they really are just websites, any mobile device can use the app, not just the iPhone.
Whatever you can imagine, WebDNA's powerful toolset will enable you to bring your idea live on the internet.