by Dart Communications - Product Type: Component / .NET Class / 100% Managed Code
Dart Communications was founded in 1994 for the specific purpose of creating quality components designed to support Internet communication development. Dart's development teams carefully design each component for ease-of-use and maximum range of effectiveness for both beginners and advanced developers alike. The results are tools that function in many development environments, such as .NET, Visual Basic, Visual C++, PowerBuilder, ASP, Delphi, C++ Builder and Office. Dart's popular PowerTCP line includes components such as FTP, Mail, Zip Compression, SSL, SNMP, Web, Telnet, and Winsock. These components have enabled the efficient development of applications such as secure electronic trading by a major telecommunications company using an industry specific protocol, the creation of a multilingual bookstore that uses a custom web server without relying on IIS, centralized network management tools for the operation of multinational networks, and an automated database update for outside sales teams on the road. Other applications include adding capabilities to Microsoft Office such as the ability to auto-update an Excel application from an AS/400 server and automating Access to push the latest data to an FTP Server. : These are just a few of the projects the PowerTCP line has helped to create. Companies such as Chase Manhattan Bank, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, America Online, Compaq Computer, American Express, and thousands of consultants and individual project teams rely on Dart's quality code, breadth of capability, and customer service. Designed in object-oriented methods, the tools easily make the change from ActiveX to .NET framework, allowing these users to transition the product as appropriate for their own environments.
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