What is a software component? Software components or UI controls are pre-built software libraries or code libraries that you can use in your software application to quickly add new functionality. When you use a software component previously written by yourself, you are reusing your own code and saving time, plus you gain the benefits of using a modular approach to your software design or architecture, that will hopefully give you other quality and efficiency benefits.
When you use a software component or UI control pre-written by an expert in that area or field of study, you are not only saving time and effort, you are also adding high quality functionality to your application - fast. Features that were difficult for you to code, as you do not have the pre-requisite skills or knowledge, can now be easily added. With software components you can rapidly add new functions to your app and at the same time hit your project deadlines or gain time to market for a new product! Plus, if you are using a pre-built software component written by an industry expert, you may also gain in quality and performance terms as well.
In this commercial software component gallery you will find over 1,700 components or controls for your next software project that have been written by industry experts who are specialists in their field. So whether you are looking for software ActiveX controls for a mature VB project now under maintenance or for .Net controls, ASP controls or a C# component for a more up to date .NET Framework project or Web site built using ASP then you have come to the best commercial grade software component marketplace in the world.
As well as an ActiveX component product zone and a comprehensive .Net components product listing full of .NET datagrids, .NET chart and other .NET UI control products, you will also find product galleries full of Delphi controls (VCLs). Plus there are VB & VC++ class libraries, DLL object based products and even some Static Link Library products too.
ComponentSource not only has Microsoft components such as: ASP.NET controls; DLL library based products or .NET component UI products, we also have a Flash component gallery with Flash components and Flex components. For example, you will find Flash buttons for your user interface or a Flash chart for your Flash UI and some of the latest products that support Flex 4 and Flash Builder 4 from Adobe. Plus we have Java components and Java libraries available for a variety of visual and non-visual tasks, implemented as JavaBeans, Java Classes, as Enterprise JavaBeans and as Java Class libraries.
So hopefully you will find a commercial grade, quality software component or UI control that will meet your component programming or object design needs. If you don't, why don't you write that software component or library yourself? Then ask us to sell it for you!
The Microsoft software platform provides Microsoft developers with an array of Microsoft tools to create solutions for their customers and end users. The Microsoft applications that programmers develop can be created using the MS Visual Studio range of Microsoft development tools, including: MS Visual Basic; MS Visual C# (C-sharp); MS Visual C++ (C Plus Plus), as well as older MS dev languages and MS IDEs, such as MS Visual FoxPro. MS Visual Studio, the Microsoft .NET Framework and the more mature Microsoft COM platform can be extended to provide additional functionality to help MS developers create solutions faster. For example, there is a Microsoft add-in model that allows a Microsoft tool to be extended by other third-party companies, as long as they comply with the Microsoft addin model. As a result you can get a Microsoft extension for Visual Studio to refactor your Visual Basic code to make it easier to read or maintain and to speed up your coding by helping with code layout. Many Visual Studio add-ins are available, including add ins to do C# code generation for you, giving you a faster way to create an application from scratch.
Microsoft Visual Studio software can also be extended beyond the Microsoft controls and Microsoft components that are supplied within the Visual Studio Integrated Development Environment (VS IDE) to give additional functionality. You can get Microsoft .NET components from companies that specialize in writing Internet communications components or eCommerce components that can be programmed like any other Microsoft component and save you a vast amount of time and money in programming your next Microsoft project. Or you can get an advanced Microsoft control for charting that enables you to draw many more styles of charts and graphs than are available inside the standard Microsoft controls in Visual Studio. These Microsoft components are available in many different forms as: Microsoft DLLs or as a Microsoft library, or as a Microsoft ActiveX or COM component supporting the COM object model or for the .NET Framework as Microsoft WinForms controls or ASP.NET controls, or as Microsoft WPF controls for Windows Presentation Foundation applications or as Silverlight controls for Microsoft Silverlight developers to use.
In this Microsoft marketplace you will find lots of different MS UI controls, as well as non-visual components, Microsoft utilities and Microsoft plug-ins to help you program in Microsoft Visual Basic, Visual C++ & Visual C#. You will also find Microsoft visual tools written by ISVs that can be used by MS Access developers or by MS Office programmers as Office components to be embedded inside their MS VBA or VSTO apps. There are also SharePoint tools and SharePoint Web Parts for MOSS bases apps being created by SharePoint developers. Plus for SQL Server you will find Microsoft utility products that allow you to access or bind to your data sources, compare data, manage your data, backup your data efficiently and much more. There are over 1,800 commercial products compatible with Microsoft software shown here in this Microsoft product gallery and many come with free downloads or free software trials for you to use listed in our Microsoft downloads product pages.
Added vline and varea charts as well as support for vline and varea plots on mixed charts. January 30, 2015
New version adds WPF support and includes new Direct2D and Direct3D rendering engine. July 15, 2014
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