Editor: .NET Database Driven Application Generator, automatically generates multi-tier enterprise-level business applications. Everything is generated, database structure, Logic Layer, web forms, all SQL queries, and XML, VB and C# code. Simply define application objects in an intuitive visual design space, designate links from a clickable menu selection and choose GUI design and generate a working ready-to-deploy application. By default CompileX.NET generates 3 types of applications: 1. Multi-tier - Distributed Windows applications. Consists of 3 layers. 2. Web - Active Web Applications. Consists of 3 layers. 3. Simple client/server - It may be a Simple Desktop application working with local database as well as a real multi-user client/server application. Generated layers: 1. Database layer CompileX.Net automatically creates clear normalized Relational database structure optimized to work with objects. It generates all required indexes and constraints and optimizes SQL queries to work with complex objects, to perform fast paging (for Web presentations) and more. 2. Logic Layer Generated multi-tier and Web applications work with data through generated Web Services. This allows the developer to concentrate most data processing logic in one separate layer. Generated Web Services already realize all logic needed to work with data and concentrate logic into separate classes. If, for example, you need to extend order processing requests - simply change the method of generated Web Service. 3. Presentation Layer CompileX.Net automatically creates all Windows forms, all Web pages and all codes required to work with simple and complex objects with all child objects (or linked objects and lists of objects). Forms are sharp designs. Select desired design from library. CompileX.NET uses open code and GUI templates and allows customization of generated application. ADAPT the look and feel to your corporate standards and generate your kind of application.
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