What is a .NET component? .NET components are pre-built pieces of software that you can re-use within the Microsoft .NET Framework (pronounced dot net framework) to help you create your application faster and hopefully with fewer bugs. By re-using .NET software components you not only save time and money, but you also get the opportunity to use other people's expertise and knowledge that will give your app extra functionality and features - fast. In this filtered view of our product catalog you will only find .NET compatible products, these products include both .NET Components and .NET Controls as .NET downloads for you to try and buy.
What is a .NET Control? A .NET Control has a visual aspect and can be used on a form or Web page to control the behavior of the user interface, so the user of the app can use a .NET UI Control to: enter data, click on a button, select from items displayed on a drop down list, draw a chart or graph based on data that they have entered into a .NET datagrid control etc.
What is the difference between a .NET Component and a .NET Control?
A .NET Component does not always have to have a visual interface, for example a .NET Component could work behind the scenes on a server and be used to calculate the tax due on an invoice for goods sold to a customer or to create a PDF version of that invoice and then email it to the customer's email address. .NET Controls are User Interface (UI) controls and they are a subset of .NET Components and as such all .NET Controls are therefore .NET Components, however, the reverse is not true, a .NET Component is not also a .NET Control, as a .NET Component does not have to have a visual or visible interface and it does not have to appear on a Windows form, Web Form or Web page as part of the UI.
In this .NET Components marketplace you will find both .NET Controls and .NET Components - available as commercial grade, quality .NET software component products. You will find ASP.NET controls that you can use as an ASP.NET developer for your latest Web site or Intranet project, VB controls for your Visual Basic app and there are numerous VB .NET control products listed here as VB.NET Controls. If you are a C# developer looking for a C# component or C# controls you will also find a wide selection of C# .NET controls, C# .NET component products and .NET custom control products that will meet your needs.
The range of .NET Component and .NET Control products includes: .NET WinForm Controls, ASP.NET Controls, ASP.NET AJAX Controls, .NET Class Components or .NET Class Libraries, .NET Web Services, .NET Compact Framework (.NET CF) products for mobile & hand-held device apps, .NET LINQ Classes for data access, WPF Controls or Windows Presentation Foundation Controls and Silverlight Controls for the latest .NET Framework 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0 environments. Finally you will also find a special form of ASP.NET server control that can be used inside SharePoint, these are called Web Part Controls.
Our .NET component product range will give you a choice of controls for .NET, whether you are using them as a control in C# or as VB NET controls for your next VB project or in any other .NET development language or .NET based IDE that supports the use of .NET software components. There are well over 1,000 commercial grade, high quality .NET component based products available in this .NET component product gallery that you can search for, compare, download, review, try and buy!
Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 (MS Visual C++ 2010) allows Visual C++ 2010 programmers to rapidly create Windows applications for their end users. Visual C++ 2010 developers can extend the standard functionality available inside the Visual C++ 2010 IDE with a variety of Visual C++ 2010 add-ins and Visual C++ 2010 tools. The extensibility of Visual C++ 2010 is one of the main reasons it has proved to be popular with developers, as Visual C++ 2010 software engineers can find Visual C++ 2010 downloads from other companies or other VC++ developers to act as a Visual C++ 2010 extension to their Visual C++ 2010 IDE or Visual C++ 2010 app.
The versatility of Visual C++ 2010 also extends to various forms of Visual C++ 2010 software components. Visual C++ 2010 controls can be used to create feature rich Visual C++ 2010 user interfaces on forms and Web pages inside Visual C++ 2010 apps. These Visual C++ 2010 UI controls are augmented by non-visual Visual C++ 2010 components or Visual C++ 2010 libraries or Visual C++ 2010 Class libraries that can help a developer add many hidden features in Visual C++ 2010 applications running in the background. These non-visual components are most commonly available as a Visual C++ 2010 library or Visual C++ 2010 Class library.
An example of a visible Visual C++ 2010 control is BCGControlBar Professional, a Visual C++ 2010 Class Library that allows you to create an MS Office Ribbon style or look and feel to your latest Visual C++ 2010 project UI. A non-visible Visual C++ 2010 Class Library component example is a Visual C++ 2010 compatible product call IP*Works! C++ Edition that allows you to send emails via SMTP and POP or to transfer files reliably using HTTP or FTP Internet protocols from within your Visual C++ 2010 program.
The Visual C++ 2010 software products listed in this Visual C++ 2010 product gallery will allow you to save a lot of time and effort in creating your new Visual C++ 2010 app. Whether you are looking for a Visual C++ 2010 plug-in or Visual C++ 2010 utility, or you are looking for a Visual C++ 2010 control or a Visual C++ 2010 component, you will be able to find a wide variety of Visual C++ 2010 tools to help you finish your project faster.
We also have other Visual C++ product galleries for: Visual C++ 2008, Visual C++ 2005, Visual C++ .NET and Visual C++ compatible products.
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