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Recensioni di ComponentOne Studio Enterprise

Punteggio medio recensioni: 4.5 (13)

4.5 su 5 stelle

5 stella
77%
4 stella
0%
3 stella
15%
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1 stella
8%

Ultima recensione positiva

etimuso FCT, Nigeria5 stella

This is a great tool for developers who want quick and efficient results without the hassles of low level coding. It has been my companion for years and I don't think I will drop it anytime soon.

Ultima recensione critica

neilNew Zealand1 stella
I found the ComponentOne TrueData controls too buggy and unreliable. My code was filling up with 'fixes' to work around problems so their controls would work properly. After converting a DAO project... Per saperne di più
Nome rifiutato cliente verificatoFrancia5 stella
Nome rifiutato cliente verificatoPaesi Bassi5 stella
Mick O'Rourke, Ward Data cliente verificatoIrlanda3 stella

After 20+ years we have decided to move from the Janus Grid and the related components. We need to ensure that our software is future proofed.

To that end we have purchased Component One Studio Enterprise. The C1 controls have some nice features, even though we feel the features of some other products are much easier to implement. For instance, the C1 grid requires us to add an additional control (record navigator) to simply show row positioning. Other components have this feature implemented within the grid itself.

That said, C1 support has been excellent and cannot be faulted.

etimuso cliente verificatoFCT, Nigeria5 stella

This is a great tool for developers who want quick and efficient results without the hassles of low level coding. It has been my companion for years and I don't think I will drop it anytime soon.

contactThe Netherlands5 stella
I upgraded my ComponentOne license and I am now focussing on the Silverlight controls. They look very impressive indeed! And because I own other product suites too I can say they offer the most for your money. But of course this opinion is just a snapshot in time, it can change every 6 months is my experience. Yours sincerely, Evert Wiesenekker Lone wolf developer at Wiesweb
Richard.JudgeUnited Kingdom5 stella
Do NOT be put off by the early reviews of this product, the current versions of the controls or at least from 2007 v1 have been significantly improved. The inclusion of the Ribbon tool, the UI styling. Flexgrid is extremely efficient, trueDBgrid with it's simple sorting and grouping facility is essential for rapid development. I have used many of the controls for one purpose or another and I have not had reason to purchase another toolset. I have found my development process improved with the ease of use the controls. I haven't as yet used the WPF toolset so cannot comment on those particular tools. Thumbs up from me.
trungbravo cliente verificatoViet Nam5 stella
I like Flexgrid, becouse It's easy to use and support is very good
Jonathan Dyke5 stella
ComponentOne products are among the few components I can actually rely on in a production environment. I can trust them like I trust my own code. I use a number of ComponentOne components (ActiveX, WinForms and WebForms) and all are very stable & mature. The few bugs I've encountered over the years have been fixed promptly. While other companies are happy to sit on their existing code and react to market changes as they occur, ComponentOne has consistently remained ahead of the curve by improving their products and offering new ones early enough for developers to release them "on time". They are an early-adopter's dream and I wish every company was as forward-thinking. On a scale of 1 to 5, I give ComponentOne a 5.
espuaMalaysia5 stella
My comments on the VS View Classic 8 (ActiveX) This is a satisfying product that has been well designed for Rapid Application Development with a reasonable file size. With this printing component, I managed to generate impressive reports (with pictures, layout, header/footer, preview, page setup, tables and etc) on the fly with the very minimum of coding efforts. All the print out can be easily export to RTF, PDF (this saves money for my users on Acrobat) and HTML very easily. Documentation & sample codes has been comprehensive enough and very easy to follow. Though to perform the table formatting during the runtime is a bit tedious, but it is not difficult. I have not tried its features on database reports. However, if you are looking for an easy printing component with good features, VS View 8 certainly is a good choice. Highly recommended.
neilNew Zealand1 stella
I found the ComponentOne TrueData controls too buggy and unreliable. My code was filling up with 'fixes' to work around problems so their controls would work properly. After converting a DAO project to ADO, I found the ADO versions of the controls crashing all over the place. Maybe it was my computer, but I suspect not. No other controls that I use cause ADO crashes. Anyway, that was as much as I was prepared to put up with, so I dumped TrueData and I'm now using Janus GridEx for grids, plus went back to intrinsic dropdown controls. I haven't had any more ADO problems. My code is signficantly smaller, I've been able to add more features due to better interaction with the control (including sub-classing) and I've found GridEx to be extremely reliable, despite it not having had any updates for a while. TrueData would be good if it was reliable, but despite lots of fixes, I've not seen any improvements. Please note that ComponentOne VSFlexGrid does NOT suffer from these problems and is a good, reliable control. If you want a nice, easy to use grid, although not with all the binding methods of TrueData, then try Janus GridEx. I haven't found a good multi-column combo to replace TrueDBCombo (which I liked, except for it's reliability), so I built one using GridEx.