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!
Microsoft Visual C++ .NET (MS Visual C++ .NET) allows Visual C++ .NET programmers to rapidly create Windows applications for their end users. Visual C++ .NET developers can extend the standard functionality available inside the Visual C++ .NET IDE with a variety of Visual C++ .NET add-ins and Visual C++ .NET tools. The extensibility of Visual C++ .NET is one of the main reasons it has proved to be popular with developers, as Visual C++ .NET software engineers can find Visual C++ .NET downloads from other companies or other VC++ developers to act as a Visual C++ .NET extension to their Visual C++ .NET IDE or Visual C++ .NET app.
The versatility of Visual C++ .NET also extends to various forms of Visual C++ .NET software components. Visual C++ .NET controls can be used to create feature rich Visual C++ .NET user interfaces on forms and Web pages inside Visual C++ .NET apps. These Visual C++ .NET UI controls are augmented by non-visual Visual C++ .NET components or Visual C++ .NET libraries or Visual C++ .NET Class libraries that can help a developer add many hidden features in Visual C++ .NET applications running in the background. These non-visual components are most commonly available as a Visual C++ .NET library or Visual C++ .NET Class library.
An example of a visible Visual C++ .NET control is BCGControlBar Professional, a Visual C++ .NET Class Library that allows you to create an MS Office Ribbon style or look and feel to your latest Visual C++ .NET project UI. A non-visible Visual C++ .NET Class Library component example is a Visual C++ .NET 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++ .NET program.
The Visual C++ .NET software products listed in this Visual C++ .NET product gallery will allow you to save a lot of time and effort in creating your new Visual C++ .NET app. Whether you are looking for a Visual C++ .NET plug-in or Visual C++ .NET utility, or you are looking for a Visual C++ .NET control or a Visual C++ .NET component, you will be able to find a wide variety of Visual C++ .NET tools to help you finish your project faster.
We also have other Visual C++ product galleries for: Visual C++ 2010, Visual C++ 2008, Visual C++ 2005 and Visual C++ compatible products.
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