Microsoft's Visual Studio
|Faster development through .NET
BFC smoothly integrates with programs written in C#, VB.NET, and
ASP.NET, as well as supporting COM / ActiveX for working with
classic Visual Basic and Visual C++. These high-level interfaces
ease the transition from Visual Studio 6 to .NET, while offering the
quickest route to Base One's substantial database and distributed
Base One's data-aware .NET components and ActiveX controls make it
easier to build or retrofit applications for high-performance
computing, with transparent local or remote operation and enhanced
database features. Copious examples illustrate the ease
of intermixing Base One's database interfaces with traditional ADO
and ADO.NET, so you can get the best of both worlds, without adding
to the burden of development.
Read more about how Base
One helps to create enterprise-class systems through .NET.
|Maximizing power and
flexibility with Visual C++ and MFC
large, complex applications, nothing matches Microsoft's most
advanced development tools, seamlessly augmented by Base One's
Foundation Component Library (BFC). With years of real-world use in major
corporate applications, BFC has evolved into a comprehensive
framework containing hundreds of classes and thousands of functions,
ranging from basic utilities for high-precision arithmetic to
modular subsystems for database-independent administration, security,
and performance enhancement.
Whether you're building an application from
scratch or making refinements to an existing system, Base One's
utility, database, screen, report, and administrative classes
provide you with the most convenient way to extend the power Visual
Studio's advanced development environment.
Read more about getting
the most out of Visual C++ and MFC through BFC.
|"We needed a tool that would allow us to quickly and simply create a payroll system with dozens of screens and maintenance routines. We found BFC [Base/1 Foundation Component
Library] and have been thrilled with the results. Using the BFC classes helped to make the development of multi-page maintenance routines simple and bulletproof.
|| ... And the Utility classes provide a robust and substantial expansion of the capability provided by the MFC classes."
John Lapenta, Director of Development, Entel Systems
Visual Studio Integration | .NET | MFC | MFC/BFC