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101. JRUN Server 3.0 Professional (4
102. Allaire JRun Server 3.0 Advanced
103. Borland OptimizeIt Suite 4.2
list($395.00)
104. HomeSite - JRun Studio 3.0 Upgrade
105. UPG VISUALAGE JAVA PRO ED V3.0
106. Allaire Jrun Server 3.0/3.1
107. JBuilder Enterprise 4.0 Competive/Enterprise
list($79.00)
108. Visualage for Java Professional
109. Borland JBuilder 5.0 Professional
list($1,499.00)
110. Visualage Java Enterprise Edition
111. Allaire JRun Server 3.0/3.1 Advanced
112. JBUILDER 8 PERFORM BNDL UPG FRM
113. JBuilder 3.5 Professional
list($2,995.00)
114. VISUALCAFE ENTERPRISE SUITE
list($399.00)
115. Borland Enterprise Server 5 Web
116. JRUN Server 3.0 Pro to JRUN Server
list($1,799.00)
117. Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Enterprise
118. Visualage Java 2.0 Upgrade Professional
$44.99 list($49.99)
119. Frontlook Java Effects
120. Borland JBuilder 5.0 Pro for Windows/Linux/Solaris

101. JRUN Server 3.0 Professional (4 CPU License with 2 Year Subscription)

Asin: B00004U2IO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
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102. Allaire JRun Server 3.0 Advanced with 2 Year Subscription

Asin: B00005BHQ3
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
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103. Borland OptimizeIt Suite 4.2

Asin: B0000690CN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
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104. HomeSite - JRun Studio 3.0 Upgrade
list price: $395.00
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Asin: B000050939
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
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105. UPG VISUALAGE JAVA PRO ED V3.0

Asin: B00004YNJR
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Lotus Development
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106. Allaire Jrun Server 3.0/3.1

Asin: B00005MIWU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
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107. JBuilder Enterprise 4.0 Competive/Enterprise Upgrade

Asin: B00004YUG7
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 12720
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108. Visualage for Java Professional Edition 3.5 Program Pack 1-user English Additional Licsense
list price: $79.00
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Asin: B00004YUFZ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars ibm comes in last again
cant install it under windows without going to user groups and looking through complaints to find out how to install it correctly. It's not the best design, it's very slow and crashes. Do yourself a favor, get borland jbuilder5: it works and has a better interface and gives you all the source of the libraries. ... Read more


109. Borland JBuilder 5.0 Professional Upgrade from JBuilder 4.0 Professional

Asin: B00005KGTT
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland Press
Sales Rank: 10699
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Amazon.com Review

Businesses and software development consultants looking for an integrated development environment (IDE) that's well-suited to creating commercially distributable, database-centric applications should consider Borland JBuilder 5.0 Professional. It's an excellent environment for building Java applications for a variety of Java Virtual Machines (JVMs), both because its core tools are nicely designed and because its supplemental features add a lot of value.

In all respects, this is an example of a typical IDE, with which you can write software projects, debug them during test runs, and manage the collection of files they require. All the tools you expect are present, including a drag-and-drop form designer for assembling user interfaces graphically, a source code editor with syntax highlighting, a debugger that allows you to monitor variable content and set breakpoints, and an object browser that makes properties, methods, and hierarchical relationships explicitly obvious. The IDE is moderately customizable. Most of the components are fixed in place (albeit in a logical way) in a single tabbed window, but you can change the look and behavior of the code editor rather extensively.

One nice JBuilder feature is a version manager that lets you view the contents of earlier saved versions of a project and revert to previous (perhaps "known-good") versions. You can even, in this edition of JBuilder, see the differences between versions highlighted. The code editor's CodeInsight feature, which allows you to call up lists of appropriate parameters and object members with a (configurable) hot key combination, is another attractive touch. Speed of compilation is, subjectively speaking, totally adequate.

The Professional edition of JBuilder has two major advantages over the Personal edition. The first advantage is a legal one: you can take applications compiled in JBuilder 5 Professional, even if they refer to Borland JavaBeans and other prefabricated components, and make money by selling them. You're not required to pay royalties to Borland for those sales.

The other big selling point of the Professional edition has to do with features. While the Personal edition allows you to compile vanilla Java code for the Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) application program interface (API), the Professional edition lets you choose two additional target environments: the Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) API for devices like mobile phones, and the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) API for distributed applications. JBuilder 5 Professional boasts a better debugger, too, with conditional breakpoints and the ability to have multiple monitor windows open for watching several threads simultaneously.

But the real difference between JBuilder 5 Professional and its little sibling becomes evident when you start doing database work, which is at least part of what most organizations do with Java, and where a lot of software consultants make their money. This product includes a slew of Borland's DataExpress data access components (which you can incorporate into your applications royalty-free, remember). It also includes tools for examining databases, designing SQL queries, and testing the efficiency of database queries. You also get a license for Borland's JDataStore database object.

Borland JBuilder 5 Professional is a nicely designed, standards-compliant IDE for all editions of the Java language. It's ideal for database work and for J2EE development to a limited degree, though for serious work with distributed applications (or if you need better support for development work done by teams), consider the Enterprise edition. --David Wall ... Read more


110. Visualage Java Enterprise Edition 4.0 PP Upgrade
list price: $1,499.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005QJCL
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
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111. Allaire JRun Server 3.0/3.1 Advanced Upgrade to 3.0/3.1 Enterprise

Asin: B00005RE88
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
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112. JBUILDER 8 PERFORM BNDL UPG FRM

Asin: B00007KQF0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
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113. JBuilder 3.5 Professional

Asin: B00004SUWL
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 7425
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome power and flexibility
After checking out Borland, Microsoft and assorted other Java IDEs, Borland JBuilder v3.5 rose to the top of the pack as amazingly flexible, very fast, and stable. The online help is excellent, the compiler spits out *useful* error messages, the wizards are actually helpful rather than a hindrance... the only complaint I had has already been addressed: it wants alot of memory.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great but resource hungry
The latest JBuilder from Borland Has been one of the best in the industry. But a word of caution-It takes huge memory to execute and is recommended only for higher end computers. Even hi-power servers(on intranet) may perform poorly in the execution of the program. But yet fairly a nice one-if you are not going to compromise for memory. Anyway, the product is simply great! ... Read more


114. VISUALCAFE ENTERPRISE SUITE
list price: $2,995.00
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Asin: B00005V6FM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
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115. Borland Enterprise Server 5 Web Edition
list price: $399.00
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Asin: B00005YX4O
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
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116. JRUN Server 3.0 Pro to JRUN Server 3.0 Entrprise (1 CPU License with 2 Year Subscription)

Asin: B00004U1QD
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
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117. Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect Upgrade
list price: $1,799.00
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Asin: B00005TQNL
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 8785
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Visual Studio .NET is a superb, next-generation development tool. At its heart is the .NET Framework, a runtime engine and class library that enables rapid application building for both Windows and Web applications. The runtime engine handles housekeeping, like memory management, while also providing fine-grained security and version awareness. The class library reduces the code needed to build rich applications. Visual Studio also provides a slick visual environment, with features like tabbed and docking windows, dynamic online help, and automatic code completion and hints.

Visual Studio .NET's common runtime is language-neutral so, for example, Visual Basic programmers can use components written in C# and vice versa. Other languages, such as COBOL and FORTRAN, can plug into Visual Studio, and Microsoft provides a version of the Java language called J#. These two languages, along with J#, have full support for the visual design tools in Visual Studio .NET. Also included is JScript .NET, Microsoft's version of JavaScript, although this comes without a form designer. Visual C++ is more similar to earlier versions, and is the only compiler included that can build old-style Windows executables. With a compiler switch, it can also target .NET, making it particularly flexible.

The Enterprise Architect edition has source-code management with Visual SourceSafe, performance testing, and analysis tools. It also includes developer versions of many of Microsoft's server products, including SQL Server, Commerce Server, Exchange Server, and the Windows 2000 Advanced Server operating system. These are licensed for development only, but even so, it is a rich range of products. Finally, there is the ability to use enterprise templates. New in Visual Studio .NET, these are sophisticated skeleton projects that assist organizations in maintaining consistent best practices, and this edition, Enterprise Architect, can create them from scratch.

Another benefit of Enterprise Architect is the inclusion of Visio, an advanced drawing package that has the ability to model databases or even complete applications. This includes code generation and reasonable support for UML, which is the de facto industry standard. Finally, Enterprise Architect includes BizTalk Server, which is able to manage business processes and integrate applications between trading partners.

Overall, Visual Studio .NET is a radical break from the past for Microsoft. C# is an entirely new language, aimed at C and C++ programmers looking for something safer and more productive. Visual Basic .NET is a new twist on the old Microsoft favorite, losing compatibility with earlier versions, but gaining full object orientation as well as access to all the .NET libraries.

There are a few points against Visual Studio .NET. One is that, like earlier versions, it only creates applications that run on Windows. Web applications are a partial exception, in that they support cross-platform clients, but deployment requires a Windows Web server. Another factor is, with its multiple compilers and mountains of documentation, Visual Studio .NET eats up gigabytes of disk space, and the IDE tends to be slow with less than around 384 MB RAM. Serious developers will take this in stride, but casual users could have difficulty. Fortunately, the applications created have more modest system requirements, although Windows 95 is not supported. Finally, developers coming from earlier editions face a lot of learning, with radical changes in both Visual Basic and ASP.

Despite these minor issues and a steep learning curve, Visual Studio .NET is an extremely versatile, sophisticated, and capable development tool. --Tim Anderson, Amazon.co.uk ... Read more

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars one work AWSOME!
The enterprise edition is awsome!!
the upgrade was seemless
C++.net, c#.net and VB.net are all super easy!
you need this program! ... Read more


118. Visualage Java 2.0 Upgrade Professional Edition

Asin: B00002SAH3
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
Sales Rank: 13575
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119. Frontlook Java Effects
list price: $49.99
our price: $44.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000E5INB
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Global Marketing Partners
Sales Rank: 4615
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Features

  • Includes four mega Applets; Scroller, Slideshow, Image Effects, and Text Effects
  • Applets support previews before insertion, multiple sound triggers, background sounds, and more
  • Over 60 FrontPage themes, 180 sound effects, and Web art
  • Applets include easy-to-use FrontPage Menu and fully editable user interface
  • Banner Ad Manager with 30+ transition effects

120. Borland JBuilder 5.0 Pro for Windows/Linux/Solaris

Asin: B00005KGTU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 8273
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Review

Businesses and software development consultants looking for an integrated development environment (IDE) that's well-suited to creating commercially distributable, database-centric applications should consider Borland JBuilder 5.0 Professional. It's an excellent environment for building Java applications for a variety of Java Virtual Machines (JVMs), both because its core tools are nicely designed and because its supplemental features add a lot of value.

In all respects, this is an example of a typical IDE, with which you can write software projects, debug them during test runs, and manage the collection of files they require. All the tools you expect are present, including a drag-and-drop form designer for assembling user interfaces graphically, a source code editor with syntax highlighting, a debugger that allows you to monitor variable content and set breakpoints, and an object browser that makes properties, methods, and hierarchical relationships explicitly obvious. The IDE is moderately customizable. Most of the components are fixed in place (albeit in a logical way) in a single tabbed window, but you can change the look and behavior of the code editor rather extensively.

One nice JBuilder feature is a version manager that lets you view the contents of earlier saved versions of a project and revert to previous (perhaps "known-good") versions. You can even, in this edition of JBuilder, see the differences between versions highlighted. The code editor's CodeInsight feature, which allows you to call up lists of appropriate parameters and object members with a (configurable) hot key combination, is another attractive touch. Speed of compilation is, subjectively speaking, totally adequate.

The Professional edition of JBuilder has two major advantages over the Personal edition. The first advantage is a legal one: you can take applications compiled in JBuilder 5 Professional, even if they refer to Borland JavaBeans and other prefabricated components, and make money by selling them. You're not required to pay royalties to Borland for those sales.

The other big selling point of the Professional edition has to do with features. While the Personal edition allows you to compile vanilla Java code for the Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) application program interface (API), the Professional edition lets you choose two additional target environments: the Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) API for devices like mobile phones, and the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) API for distributed applications. JBuilder 5 Professional boasts a better debugger, too, with conditional breakpoints and the ability to have multiple monitor windows open for watching several threads simultaneously.

But the real difference between JBuilder 5 Professional and its little sibling becomes evident when you start doing database work, which is at least part of what most organizations do with Java, and where a lot of software consultants make their money. This product includes a slew of Borland's DataExpress data access components (which you can incorporate into your applications royalty-free, remember). It also includes tools for examining databases, designing SQL queries, and testing the efficiency of database queries. You also get a license for Borland's JDataStore database object.

Borland JBuilder 5 Professional is a nicely designed, standards-compliant IDE for all editions of the Java language. It's ideal for database work and for J2EE development to a limited degree, though for serious work with distributed applications (or if you need better support for development work done by teams), consider the Enterprise edition. --David Wall ... Read more


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