Developing feature rich database applications is time consuming and hard in most cases. Most developers spend a majority of their time in the editor, not actually designing database Tables or even the interface. Now with dBASE PLUS 9 you can write better code faster!
dBASE PLUS 9 is a rapid database application development environment that includes a modern object oriented programming language (dBL) that runs on 32 and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows, including the latest version of Windows 8.
It can be used to build a wide variety of applications including web applications running either IIS or Apache, rich client Windows® applications in either 32 or 64-bit operating systems, middleware applications, as well as server based applications. And all compiled standalone applications can be distributed royalty free!
The new editor in dBASE PLUS 9 brings new programmer functionality that will help developers increase their productivity and get their jobs done faster and with more consistency. The new editor has an extensive list of valuable built-in features reading dBASE code easier than ever before.
Here are some of the coding tools that will dramatically improve your productivity:
- dComplete™ dBASE 9 has new productivity enhancing editor features such as code completion.
- dBlocks™ Allows users to create and reuse code-shortcuts to insert snippets of code into the editor.
- dPreview™ Now preview whatever is being printed; a Form, a Program, or a Report and then print.
- dLocator™ The new editor now allows users to search across all the files in the editor.
- dExtract™ The new editor now allows you to export out your files to various formats include HTML, RTF, PDF, LaTex, and XML.
- Code Hints The new editor will now display code hints to help people create code quickly with updated material from the documentation.
dBASE PLUS 9 comes ready to support your robust database applications that can access most modern database engines. In addition, other databases can be accessed via ADO and ODBC and it also supports access to its native .dbf tables (levels 3, 4, 5, and 7) as well as Paradox (.db) tables, FoxPro and Visual FoxPro tables.