Oracle Power Objects
Oracle Power Objects (OPO) was a cross-platform development tool that competed with Microsoft's Visual Basic (or tried to, anyway). The language's structure was essentially Basic, but the tool was primarily intended for developing client/server database applications that could run on Windows 95, Windows NT and Macintosh systems. OPO had native drivers for the Oracle 7 database as well as for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase.
OPO was first released in 1995. Earlier versions was known as "Project X." Desupport date is unknown.