Clarion.Net

Clarion.Net

It is the new .NET Integrated Development Environment with an implementation
 
2.1
2.0 (See all)

Clarion.Net is the new .NET Integrated Development Environment with an implementation of the Clarion programming language running on .NET. The Clarion language has been extended to take full advantage of the .Net Framework.

The Clarion language for .NET is dubbed Clarion#. It is tightly integrated with the the .NET Framework and makes all .NET Framework 2.0 libraries easily available to Clarion programmers, while maintaining compatibility with Clarion syntax and language features.

Clarion for .NET can be purchased in two different packages: Professional, and Enterprise. The Professional package contains the supporting components for the development of WinForm applications (Desktop) that will execute in the .NET environment, including invoking XML Web services.

The Enterpise package contains the supporting components for the development of WinForm applications (Desktop), Web Forms applications (ASP.Net) and Compact Forms applications (Mobile Devices).

Main features:
-Clarion.Net compiler generates standard .NET MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language) code
-Clarion Runtime Library ported to 100% verifiable .Net code
-Enhances Clarion syntax to allow creation of and integration with any .NET Framework -object
-Clarion programs can be integrated seamlessly with other languages: inheriting from classes created in other languages, invoking and being invoked by methods written in other languages.
-Full access to all .NET Framework classes, including XML Web service classes
-Interoperation with COM and native code Libraries
-Includes Clarion support for WinForms Designer, Web Forms Designer, and Compact Forms Designer
-Lets your Clarion applications take advantage of the latest .NET features
-Clarion.Net enables you to use you existing Clarion knowledege to build and deploy .Net applications today for all of the platforms supported by .Net (Desktop, Web, and Mobile).
-Supports .NET Framework 2.0 including generation of code for 64-bit environments

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