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41. Turbo C++ Suite 1.0
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42. BDG PUBLISHING Mastering JSP(Java
43. Microsoft DEV MS .NET CONTROLS
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44. Mastering Visual Basic 5.0
$5,299.88
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41. Turbo C++ Suite 1.0
list price: $69.95
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Asin: B00001YVHA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 4222
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Borland Turbo C++ Suite gives you everything you need to learn C++ programming for 32-bit Windows, 16- bit Windows, and 16-bit DOS environments. The Suite includes three powerful development tools: Learn to Program with Borland C++Builder 1.0 for learning Windows 95 and Windows NT visual development, Turbo C++ 4.5 for developing Windows 3.1 applications, and Turbo C++ 3.0 for DOS-application development. All the tools you need to learn C++ programming are together in one box so you can start programming in C++ today. ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Deceptive Claims
The big book inside the box is NOT the "Teach Yourself..." text. It is the manual for the C++ 4.5 complier for 16 bit applications in Windows 1.0. (Does ANYONE still use Windows 1.0?!) The "Teach Yourself..." text is available online for free, at least in its 21 day version (by the same author).

You will probably be unsuccessful choking down object oriented programming in a new language in 14 days. I understand 6 weeks is average. I took about 5 weeks. I already had experience with some older programming languages (BASIC, Fortran, DB, Korn), and I'm fairly adept at these sorts of things.

Although the documentation says you'll be able to produce stand-alone programs with the "Learn to Program with Borland C++ Builder 1.0" (not the same as "Borland C++ Builder 1.0"), I wasn't able to find a way to do that. Attempting to run an .exe compiled with this builder will result in the error message, "This program must be run within the C++ Builder environment," which means must first launch C++ Builder.

The "Teach Yourself..." text briefly discusses GDI's, which are the classes that you might use to, say, to draw a graph. The Builder apparently has these components available, but with little or no documentation. They certainly weren't in any usable form. Trying to access their properties was a joke. For instance, I had to guess at the correct usage of TCanvas (a bit like a virtual sheet of paper) based on discussions I gleaned from the Internet. I kept guessing wrong until I gave up.

This package is useful for DOS programmers and anyone wanting to write DOS-box programs for use under Windows. However, those wanting to do more are better advised to buy the C++ Builder 6 personal edition for about the same price. Then either buy a good [...] book or find the "Teach Yourself..." book online for free.

I am about to buy the Builder 6 and RMA the Turbo C++ suite back to Borland for a refund. (Hint: It will probably take you longer than the 30 day return period to figure out what this package won't do for you.)

... Never again will I trust any software with turbines.

5-0 out of 5 stars First time owner of C++...long time programmer.
This product is very no nonsense. For anyone who grew up programming in DOS, this is THE product. I wrote my first class object 45 mins after opening the package. Borland could have been a bit more verbose in project organization in DOS, but it's everything a 16 bit/DOS programmer dreams of. Documentation, very good... product examples, programs, etc., spectacular. Ease of installation, a snap! This is a MUST for anyone supporting clients still in DOS, and I know dozens here in Juneau.

4-0 out of 5 stars Why buy this?
Why buy the TC++ Suite? Depends on your needs, as a game programmer I make a lot of 'test' apps, menu systems, map editors, and debuggers; and I really don't want to waiste my time making this stuff work in wondows, when it works twice as fast in DOS. So, if you need to make apps that work in DOS the TC++ 3.0 and 4.5 are right for you. If you just want to learn C++ and Windows, I say buy the C++ Builder 5 or VC++ 6, and don't waiste your money on something you will only use for three months and then put away in a closet, never to be used again.

4-0 out of 5 stars Turbo Ok
This is a 7 year old product. Why not buy C++Builder 5.0 Standard for the same price, also made by Borland ? It has a powerful RAD Environment, Great debugger, and supports WIn 95, Win 98, Win NT and Win 2000 . ... Read more


42. BDG PUBLISHING Mastering JSP(Java Server Pages) ( Windows/Macintosh )

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Asin: B0006VC3TE
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Bdg Publishing
Sales Rank: 12450
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Features

  • Discover how the tag libraries and function libraries work, the JSP XML syntax and much more
  • Set up the Apache Tomcat server, error handling and debugging tools and more
  • Understand the use of the Java Server Page API
  • Learn about integrating servlets and JavaBean components with JSP

43. Microsoft DEV MS .NET CONTROLS W/-VISUAL BASIC .NET ( 0-7356-1924-7 )

Asin: B0000CA2H1
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
Sales Rank: 11863
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44. Mastering Visual Basic 5.0
list price: $99.95
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Asin: B00004I9X8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 7479
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Features

  • Self-paced, interactive training tool for mastering Visual Basic 5.0
  • Structured courses, labs, narrated demos, sample code, reference articles
  • Powerful search engine for solving immediate problems
  • Create advanced database applications
  • Microsoft Visual Database Tools reduce development time

45. JRun 4 (4 CPU with 2 Year Subscription)

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Asin: B000068U3C
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
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46. Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Developer
list price: $1,799.00
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Asin: B00005RV51
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 6128
Average Customer Review: 4 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 .NET also provides a slick visual environment, with features like tabbed and docking windows, dynamic online help, and automatic code completion and hints. The 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 Developer 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. The twist is that, while Enterprise Developer can use these templates, it cannot create them. For that you need the high-end Enterprise Architect.

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

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4-0 out of 5 stars This stuff really works!!!
I have just started using this program and have already made a great website with flash, and HTML designs I highly recommend it to anyone who wants programming to be an easy thing. ... Read more


47. REALbasic Standard Edition 4.5
list price: $99.95
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Asin: B00006IZCW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: REAL Software
Sales Rank: 2388
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

REALbasic is a powerful, easy-to-use tool for creating your own software for Macintosh, Mac OS X, and Windows. It runs natively on Mac OS X, as well as Mac OS 8 and 9. REALbasic allows almost anyone to build software to solve problems, run a business, or just have fun.

Simply drag and drop elements into your application's windows and dialog boxes to create anything from a small utility, to a large application, or the next great game. Experiment, explore, learn, and innovate as you build your applications step-by-step while REALbasic handles all the details for you. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars I feel the same way as the others.
Read the other reviews, I feel likewise about REALbasic. Good!

5-0 out of 5 stars REALbasic is GREAT!
REALsoftware produces REALbasic 4.5.1. There are two Macintosh versions to choose, the Classic and OSX, but this review will only cover the Classic version. Additionally, there are two editions of REALbasic, the Standard and the Professional.
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The system requirements are a PowerPC or G3 or G4, MacOS 8.1 or later, 6.5 MB of hard drive space, and 4.5 MB RAM. The test system is a PowerPC 8100 with a G3 367 MHz daughter card, 136 MB RAM, several 4-8 GB hard drives, and MacOS 8.1 and 8.6, using Conflict Catcher 8. A 30-day demo is available for download from REALsoftware.

The REALbasic Demo

The REALbasic 4.5.1 demo contains the complete program. REALbasic allows programmers to build both Macintosh Classic and OSX programs, as well as PC programs. Programs compiled by the demo will operate for 5 minutes and only for the trial period. In order to continue using REALbasic beyond the 30 days, it is necessary to purchase a license. The Standard and Professional editions each contain the license, an application CD, and printed documentation. Included in the application CD are examples, tutorials, and electronic documentation. The demo can be obtained from the demo website .

The demo file is 8.2 MB. Using a 56K modem, the demo downloads in around 30 minutes. After REALbasic downloads just drag it to your applications folder, no extra installation is required. The demo folder contains the REALbasic 4.5.1 Classic program and six folders - IDE Extras, Internet Resources, Plugins, Read Me's, Soundtracks, and Stationary.

The IDE Extras folder has sample coding scripts and allows other applications to be added to the REALbasic menus. Weblinks useful to most REALbasic programmers, as well as links to other REALbasic developer sites, are included in the Internet Resources folder. Plugins add new functions to programs and REALbasic allows for this with the Plugins folder - simply install a plugin into the folder and it is installed as REALbasic starts up. Important development files and release notes are available in the Read Me's folder. Finally, the Soundtracks folder contains sound effects for use in REALbasic and the Stationary folder allows programmers to set default settings for projects. Most demo users, however, will not be using any of these folder features at the start.

The program started with no difficulties. Conflicts have been non-existent since installing the program on the test system, in either MacOS 8.1 or 8.6. During testing, Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 was run along with REALbasic to view the many PDF tutorials. On several occasions, Word 98, Netscape 4.74 and Adaptec Toast 4.1.1 have also run without any problems.

REALbasic has a toolbar-based interface, like PhotoShop and PageMaker. At start up, several windows appear: the Control Palette, the Project Window and its untitled Window Editor, and the Properties Window. Providing various Button controls, ListBox controls and EditField controls, the Control Palette contains over 30 interface objects. Drag and drop the required interface object to the Window Editor window to place it into the program. The Project Window lists the items in the program, such as menus, the untitled Window Editor, and any other windows that may be added. Each object, including interface objects, has a Properties Window. This window contains a list of properties and values for the currently selected object. When another object is selected, the Properties Window changes to show that objects properties.

Build a First Program

To build a first, simple program, such as "Hello World", start with the start-up windows: Control Icons window, Project window and its untitled Window Editor, and the Properties window. File > Save As the Project window to HelloWorld.rb. Change the untitled Window Editor name to "Hello World Program" on the Title field in the Properties window.

Drag and drop the PushButton Tool and the EditField Tool to the program window. Edit > Duplicate (Command-D) the PushButton Tool twice, and renamed the buttons "DisplayHello," "Clear," and "Quit" in their respective Properties Name field. Rename the EditField Tool "TextDisplay" in the Properties Name field. Place the "TextDisplay" EditField at the top of the window with the "Display Hello" and "Clear" buttons on the same line under it and the "Quit" button at the bottom.

Add the code to the PushButtons and the EditField. From the program window, Option-Tab to get the Code Editor window. From there, click the disclosure triangle to the left of the Controls icon and for each button add code. In the "Display Hello" button, place

TextDisplay.Text="Hello World"
in the Action item. The "Clear" button has
TextDisplay.Text=""
and the "Exit" button has
Beep Quit
added to the Action item. Choose Debug > Run (Command-R) to test the program.

Build the stand-alone applications by going to File > Build Settings. Choose whether to build a Macintosh program or a PC program or both. Name the program "Hello" for Macintosh and/or "Hello.exe" for PC (using the pop-up menu). Click OK and File > Build Application. REALbasic then builds the application(s). In all, the program should take about 15-20 minutes to build.

Additional Tutorials

REALsoftware also has several REALbasic Tutorial PDFs on their tutorial website . The main tutorial is 4.5 MB and involves building a simple Text Editor program, similar to SimpleText. In 12 separate chapters it covers such topics as Working with Documents (Ch. 4), Adding Drag and Drop to TextEditor (Ch. 6), and Printing Styled Text (Ch. 9). Each chapter is short and specific, explaining the steps necessary to build a workable program.

The Text Editor program is easy to build and will take several sessions with REALbasic. In order to get more experience in specific parts of program building, a new REALbasic programmer should refer back to the Text Editor program because it contains elements required in more advanced programs.

Other tutorial programs available include building an URL manager. There are also many websites that contain step-by-step REALbasic programming tutorials. REALbasic University is an excellent resource for the novice programmer, with 73 lessons at last count.

Conclusion

This is a very impressive program. The user-interface is excellent and the features are helpful. The possibility to build new programs for both Macintosh and PC is of great benefit. The demo was used on the test system for the full trial period, with at least one hour per day using the program. Many of the tutorials were used during that time to explore the program. While the learning curve can be steep for some new programming languages, the author found that this was not the case. In fact, learning REALbasic was much easier on one's own than his experience learning C in the classroom. The author believes that the novice would have little problem picking up the fundamentals of REALbasic, especially if the many Internet resources are used. While not yet achieving several hundred line programs, beginners can gain confidence as they build more applications, adding new and complex code and features to them.

5-0 out of 5 stars REALbasic Rocks!
I'll let you know right off the bat here, I love to use REALbasic, and I have done so for about three years now as an avid Mac hobbyist programmer. REALbasic lets you write your own stand-alone applications for both the Mac and PC platforms. I don't do Windows, but I have shared an item or two with some of my PC users friends, much to their amazement.

REALbasic is a rich development environment for both professional, beginner and the curious. For me it has been a teaching tool. I always wanted to try and write my own programs, and now I can! I have tried many other programming languages and either found them too hard or not engaging enough to commit the time to learn them. Don't be fooled, any programming language takes a bit of time to learn, but for me, REALbasic has been totally worth it.

With REALbasic you can create an almost endless array of software titles. Anything from games to serious work related applications. I'm like a guy tinkering in his wood shop in the garage, I'll jump from subject to subject building little sample projects, like a little paint program, a GPS reader and a hang man game, to name a few.

One of the most surprising elements of using REALbasic, is the amount of support you can get from the developers of REALbasic, REAL software and the hordes of REALbasic users everywhere. The net is full of web sites that feature REALbasic examples. If you subscribe to the REALbasic New User group, you can post most any question or problem you have and I assure you, you will receive a quick and useful response. Learning by examples is a great way to learn to program.

REALbasic's interface is similar to a drawing program, a natural and familiar way of doing things on a Mac. You select an item from a tools palette and drag it to a window area you are working on. This allows you to graphically place the buttons, text and other things that you need for your program to interact with your user. Geeky word for this is User Interface (UI).

REALbasic's programming language is as you would expect, a version of BASIC. This is a modern BASIC language that encourages and supports the concept of Object Oriented Programming. Code is executed in a hierarchy of events.

REALbasic can be purchased in several versions, that is, there is a professional version and a standard edition. Optional packages are offered in the form of CD examples, Developer Documentation and Language References. REALbasic is upgraded with a new version about every six months or so. Theses upgrade prices are very reasonable and will vary depending on which version you have and the extra's you want.

My favorite area's in REALbasic are:

1) Drawing. Sounds silly, but getting your computer to "draw" things on your screen is not easy!

2) RB3D Space. REALbasic has a very cool "class" that lets you draw things in three dimensions. Very cool.

3) The on-line reference. At anytime, you hit command-one and up pops your handy dandy reference area.

4) The auto complete feature. Most languages are strict when it comes to typing in the right typed words. This one little simple feature will save you countless hours of typing.

5) As I've said above, the supportive nature of the people who make REALbasic. When was the last time Mr. X from company ABC emailed you with a response to a question you had about their software you just purchased?

If you're ready for a new challenge and adventure in to the area of computer programming AND you own a Mac, get REALbasic.

5-0 out of 5 stars REALbasic is awesome
This is a fantastic development environment, especially for those who are fairly new to programming. I tried to learn several other languages, but could never grasp the concepts. REALbasic is easy to learn and use, and it's also helped to understand object orientation as a plus. If you can afford, spring for the Professional version instead of Standard. That buys you database access to a variety of back ends and Windows compilation.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very powerful for the price
I have used this product since its first commercial release. It is fairly easy to learn, is very powerful and the professional edition (you can upgrade from this version) allows you to use create database and Windows applications.

I used this product to develop a very sophisticated spacecraft simulator A-OK! The Wings of Mercury. I also use it as a consultant programmer. REALbasic programming work accounts for over 80% of my revenue.

The best thing about this product is not the product, but the people behind it. REAL Software is a very dedicated bunch of folks. Additionally, there is a real growing community of users that support each other. From old hand like myself (software developer for over 22 years) to newbies, all are welcome and all help each other.

It's not perfect, bugs do creep up, but REAL Software is always participating in discussion boards and mailing lists and is VERY responsive to fixing critical bugs.

REALbasic gets updated about twice a year. The upgrade prices are reasonable. Even the Professional version is much less expensive that other development systems.

I am convinced that this product will become the number one method of developing software for the Macintosh in the coming years. Additionally, it will also provide a nice alternative to using Visual Basic for developing Windows applications.

Great product, great company. ... Read more


48. Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Developer 2002 Upgrade
list price: $1,079.00
our price: $969.99
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Asin: B00005S811
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 5643
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 .NET also provides a slick visual environment, with features like tabbed and docking windows, dynamic online help, and automatic code completion and hints. The 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 Developer 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. The twist is that, while Enterprise Developer can use these templates, it cannot create them. For that you need the high-end Enterprise Architect.

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

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Only Way to Go If You Go Microsoft
If you're a Microsoft developer, you don't have much choice. There are some semi-lame development tools out there for the .NET platform but this is your only real choice. Of course, this is Version 1.0 of new technology so I expect vast improvements in the future. Microsoft is not famous for coming out with high-quality stuff in version 1. I think the visual interface looks worse than Visual Studio 6.0 - not as polished. In fact, it looks kind of like they hired the guy who designed the interface for the Forte for Java thing they push over at Sun - uuuuugly.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Ultimate Visual Studio
Visual Studio .NET is the ultimate tool for the internet, intranet and stand alone developer from entry to high end specialized development. This kit, the enterprise kit includes every tool and documentation that one would need to build any kind of application intened for a Windows Platform or .NET framework.

Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect Edition includes the following enhancements over the Enterprise Developer version

Microsoft Visio®-based database modeling
Capture and communicate business requirements clearly with conceptual, logical, and physical database modeling tools.

Enterprise template project type
Share best practices and provide architectural guidance across the development team with the new Enterprise template project type.

Microsoft BizTalk™ Server
Build distributed business processes that integrate applications and partners, as well as quickly establish reliable, secure trading relationships with customers and partners over the Web.

Overall, no matter where you want to take your code today, you can build it better, smatter, faster with .NET Technologies. ... Read more


49. Microsoft Pres INSIDE C# SECOND EDITION ( 0-7356-1648-5 )

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Asin: B00006HX7T
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: MICROSOFT PRESS
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Inside C# - Architectural Reference - Ed. 2 - reference book - CD, English ... Read more


50. Borland JBuilder 6 Enterprise
list price: $2,999.00
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Asin: B00005TT7G
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Borland International
Sales Rank: 15932
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Borland JBuilder 6.0 Enterprise.JBuilder 6 Enterprise makes EJB(TM) 2.0 development easy with two-way visual designers and rapid deployment to the leading J2EE(TM) platform application servers, including BEA WebLogic, IBM WebSphere, iPlanet,(TM) and the integrated Borland Enterprise Server. Enhance developer productivity with UML(TM) code visualization, refactoring, unit testing, and documentation tools. Develop and deploy applications on Windows, Linux, Solaris,(TM) and Mac OS platforms. Efficiently collaborate as a team with support for leading version control systems. Build data-driven Web applications using servlets, JSP,(TM) and XML and connect business logic and Web-based front ends using InternetBeans Express.(TM) ... Read more


51. Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect 2003 Upgrade
list price: $1,769.99
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Asin: B000089GKP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 7900
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Visual Studio .NET is Microsoft’s multi-faceted development tool, targeting both Windows and Web applications. This 2003 edition includes numerous small improvements as well as major new features like the Compact Framework, for applications that run on Pocket PC and other smart devices. It supports multiple languages, with the main ones being Visual Basic, C#, and C++. There is also a Java-like language called J#, although J# applications only work on Windows so this is not a true Java development tool. The Visual Studio .NET environment is truly integrated. It makes extensive use of docking and tabbed windows, and there are plenty of project wizards along with huge amounts of online help. Auto-completion and pop-up help eases the business of editing code.

Microsoft’s .NET tools are very different from their predecessors. Visual C++ can still compile standard Windows executables, but the other languages all target the .NET Framework, a runtime engine and class library that manages memory and enforces security. Framework applications perform well, since they are compiled to native code at runtime, but there is an overhead in terms of memory usage and the Framework runtime must be installed. In compensation, .NET brings many advantages. All the languages are fully object-oriented, the class library is rich, and XML support is fully integrated. ASP.NET is for web applications, and represents a large advance on the old ASP. Instead of script, ASP.NET supports any of the .NET languages, running on the server and just-in-time compiled to native code. There is a visual web page designer, and carefully designed applications support a wide range of browsers. New in this version of Visual Studio is Mobile Web Forms, which use adaptive rendering to support the browsers in mobile phones and PDAs. The database technology in Visual Studio is called ADO.NET, and uses a disconnected model that is ideal for laptops, smart devices, and wide area networks.

Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect 2003 is the top of the range. It’s the only version to include Visio, a drawing and modelling tool with integrated reverse-engineering and code-generation, though sadly not full round-tripping. There are also developer licenses for the key Microsoft server platforms, including Windows Server 2003, Exchange 2000 Server, Biztalk Server and SQL Server 2000. Another key component is the Visual SourceSafe code management system, which is especially important for team development, Application Center Test, for stress-testing web applications, and Enterprise Templates which let architects design and deploy best practices for project development. For those wondering whether to make the jump to .NET, this release is probably the right moment to go ahead. The technology is maturing, and the inclusion of the Compact Framework makes the package more compelling. The deep XML support on offer is essential for many enterprise applications and enables integration with other platforms. It’s still important to note the heavy system requirements, and that .NET applications do not run on Windows 95. In most cases, the higher productivity of .NET languages soon pays for any additional resources. --Tim Anderson, Amazon.co.uk ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2003 Enterprise Architect
Microsoft Visual Studio.NET Enterprise Architecht enables programmers to take full advantage of the .NET platform. Visual Studio.NET allows programmers to utilize the newer .NET framework 1.1, which contains enhancements in security and performance.
This version of Visual Studio includes: Visual Basic.NET 2003, Visual C++.NET 2003, Visual C#.NET 2003, and Visual J#.NET 2003. Having access to all of the .NET languages means that you have the ability to code in whichever language is most appropriate to your project.

A few language enhancements have also been included in this version. One of the most useful is the ability to declare a variable inside a loop using VB.NET 2003. For example:

For each var1 as string in varArray
'Do action
Next

Microsoft also bundles a handful of useful utilities with this package. These utilities will enable you to monitor your applications, benchmark web services, obfuscate your code, and much more.

.NET has a slightly different syntax than earlier versions of the languages (ie version 6), so if you are new to .NET a reference book would be handy.

Visual Studio.NET 2003 is worth the upgrade.

If you are a developer using several Microsoft technologies, a MSDN subscription is very helpful. MSDN Universal subscriptions include Visual Studio Enterprise Architect, developer licenses for all Microsoft operating systems, developer licenses for all Microsoft server systems, Microsoft Office Professional Enterprise edition, and more. MSDN subscribers have access to support via managed newsgroups and phone support. ... Read more


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Visual Studio .NET is Microsoft’s multi-faceted development tool, targeting both Windows and Web applications. This 2003 edition includes numerous small improvements as well as major new features like the Compact Framework, for applications that run on Pocket PC and other smart devices. It supports multiple languages, with the main ones being Visual Basic, C#, and C++. There is also a Java-like language called J#, although J# applications only work on Windows so this is not a true Java development tool. The Visual Studio .NET environment is truly integrated. It makes extensive use of docking and tabbed windows, and there are plenty of project wizards along with huge amounts of online help. Auto-completion and pop-up help eases the business of editing code.

Microsoft’s .NET tools are very different from their predecessors. Visual C++ can still compile standard Windows executables, but the other languages all target the .NET Framework, a runtime engine and class library that manages memory and enforces security. Framework applications perform well, since they are compiled to native code at runtime, but there is an overhead in terms of memory usage and the Framework runtime must be installed. In compensation, .NET brings many advantages. All the languages are fully object-oriented, the class library is rich, and XML support is fully integrated. ASP.NET is for web applications, and represents a large advance on the old ASP. Instead of script, ASP.NET supports any of the .NET languages, running on the server and just-in-time compiled to native code. There is a visual web page designer, and carefully designed applications support a wide range of browsers. New in this version of Visual Studio is Mobile Web Forms, which use adaptive rendering to support the browsers in mobile phones and PDAs. The database technology in Visual Studio is called ADO.NET, and uses a disconnected model that is ideal for laptops, smart devices, and wide area networks.

Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Developer 2003 earns its name by including developer licenses for the key Microsoft server platforms, including Windows Server 2003, Exchange 2000 Server and SQL Server 2000. Another key component is the Visual SourceSafe code management system, which is especially important for team development. There is also Application Center Test, for stress-testing web applications.

For those wondering whether to make the jump to .NET, this release is probably the right moment to go ahead. The technology is maturing, and the inclusion of the Compact Framework makes the package more compelling. The deep XML support on offer is essential for many enterprise applications and enables integration with other platforms. It’s still important to note the heavy system requirements, and that .NET applications do not run on Windows 95. In most cases, the higher productivity of .NET languages soon pays for any additional resources. --Tim Anderson, Amazon.co.uk ... Read more


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