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Windows Developments: Product news, October 2005

A sampling of recent products and product news in the ever active Windows space. introduces Windows Developments, a monthly sampling of recent products and product news in the ever-active Windows space. These products are aimed at Visual Basic, Visual Studio and .NET developers and run the gamut from C++ application development to CLR hosting.

  • Trolltech adds VS.NET support to dev software
    With the release of Qt 4, Trolltech Inc. has added Visual Studio .NET integration to its C++ application development framework

  • Rules for .NET supports Excel input
    ILOG introduced ILOG Rules for .NET 2.0. The software supports Microsoft Office Excel 2003 as a tool for developing business rule management applications.

  • REALbasic 2005 for Windows Release 3 ships
    REAL Software announced that REALbasic 2005 for Windows Release 3 is shipping. REALbasic 2005 for Windows is a rapid application development (RAD) environment that runs on Windows, Macintosh and Linux.

  • Appistry empowers distributed applications
    Appistry has expanded its Enterprise Application Fabric software can to host the CLR and to support native .NET components that developers can access via the .NET Framework-based language of their choice.

  • Macrovision InstallShield set to support SDM
    Macrovision recently discussed a bridge between Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System and Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) for distributed enterprise applications.

  • JetBrains updates .NET refactoring tool
    Development toolmaker JetBrains has updated its ReSharper software, which adds refactoring, intelligent code-completion and error highlighting to Visual Studio.

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