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Windows Developments: Product news, November 2007

This month's featured .NET development products include communication components for VB applications, a cross-platform tool for remote Visual SourceSafe Access, a workflow builder for SharePoint 2007 and two JMS bridge tools. brings you Windows Developments, a monthly sampling of recent products and product news in the ever-active Windows space. These products are aimed at .NET developers and architects. This month's 12 featured products include serial communication components for Visual Basic applications, a cross-platform tool for remote Visual SourceSafe Access, a workflow builder for SharePoint 2007 and two JMS bridging tools.

If you would like to see your product here, send me an e-mail and I'll include it in next month's roundup.

Also, be sure to check out our product news home page, All-in-One Buying Guides: Tools for the .NET Developer. Here the products are now listed by category, so it should be easier to find the products you need.

Category: Application Testing and Security

  • Automation tool provides functional Web app testing implements client-side functional testing of Web applications written in C#, Visual Basic or IronPython. It is compatible with Visual Studio 2008.

    Category: Components and Controls

  • Farpoint updates spreadsheet tools for Web, client apps
    The company has released v3.0 of its spreadsheet components for ASP.NET and Windows Forms applications.

  • Infragistics updates its presentation layer components.
    The company has released NetAdvantage for .NET 2007 Volume 3 and CTP versions of its tools for WPF, ASP.NET AJAX and Silverlight applications.

  • Component enables Internet, serial communication for VB apps
    Marshall Software's WSC4VB enables Internet and serial communications for Windows applications written in Visual Basic, VBA or VB .NET.

  • Perpetuum updates tools for creating BI, KPI dashboards
    The company has updated components for creating graphical representations of business intelligence data such as key performance indicators.

    Category: Client Applications

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  • Design tool targets WinForms controls
    The LMD DesignPack.NET provides a visual designer for WinForms application development for .NET 1.1 and 2.0 applications.

    Category: Database Tools

  • Quick Objects brings ORM to n-tier application development
    Akal Tech's Quick Objects is an object-relational mapping toolset that provides a flexible API for accessing relational data and developing n-tier .NET Framework applications.

    Category: Developer Life Cycle Tools

  • Tool allows cross-site, cross-platform access to SourceSafe
    SourceOffSite lets the members of development teams access Visual SourceSafe through a secure TCP/IP connection. It supports Windows, Linux, Solaris and the Mac.

    Category: Tools and Platforms

  • New JMS adaptors target .NET, BizTalk Server apps
    JNBridge has released two Java Message Service, or JMS, adaptors. One targets .NET applications in general; the other targets BizTalk Server in particular.

  • Web-based workflow builder plugs into SharePoint 2007
    Nintex Workflow 2007 provides a graphical Web-based interface for building workflow processes that are compatible with SharePoint 2007.

    Category: Web Applications

  • /n software updates protocol component stack in IP*Works
    Version 8 of IP*Works adds support for ATOM, REST and RSS 2.0. It is also now compatible with ASP.NET and the .NET Compact Framework.

  • Tool bringing Word, Excel to Web now supports .NET 2.0
    SoftArtisans' OfficeWriter generates Excel spreadsheets and Word documents inside a Web browser window. V3.5 supports the .NET Framework 2.0.
  • Dig Deeper on Web services and SOA implementations in the .NET Framework

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