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ducati996guy


Posts: 46
Posted: 03/31/2010, 8:01 PM

Hi

This should probably be in >net, but as that forum hs virtually zero users, thought I would post here instead.

We are long time CodeCharge Studio users mostly with ASP. We have been also using Visual Studio to develop some custom items. Things like charting. mail sending controls, using telerik editor/upload etc. We are now moving to 100% .net.

The issue for us is CC is great at building database driven apps. Visual studio is great at .net with the ability to drag items from the toolkit and good intellisense for non MS controls makes working with .Net really easy.

Does any one else have the same thoughts? If so do they have any ideas to achieve a streamlined method of getting the best from both tools?

Of course if CodeCharge totally lifted their game with better support for external controls and implemented intellisense that worked, we could just ignore VS all together.

I welcome all feedback, we are very keen to come up with an integrated development environment.

Thanks

David


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Jan van Dalen
Posted: 04/02/2010, 11:12 AM

Hello Dave,

Well, they are 2 different monster. If you want a product that will work
well with VS, there are other solutions out there (i.e. Ironspeed). For
some reason, CodeCharge is happy at being a generalize tool and although
it does many tasks well (many very well), it is not a product that pushes
the envelope.

And the lack of a roadmap, we have no idea of what and when Yes will release
something new.

There is also another product out there that may be about to release a good
Code Generator but it will only work with .Net (nothing else).

The bottom line, CodeCharge is great but is showing its age.

> Hi
>
> This should probably be in >net, but as that forum hs virtually zero
> users, thought I would post here instead.
>
> We are long time CodeCharge Studio users mostly with ASP. We have been
> also using Visual Studio to develop some custom items. Things like
> charting. mail sending controls, using telerik editor/upload etc. We
> are now moving to 100% net.
>
> The issue for us is CC is great at building database driven apps.
> Visual studio is great at .net with the ability to drag items from the
> toolkit and good intellisense for non MS controls makes working with
> .Net really easy.
>
> Does any one else have the same thoughts? If so do they have any ideas
> to achieve a streamlined method of getting the best from both tools?
>
> Of course if CodeCharge totally lifted their game with better support
> for external controls and implemented intellisense that worked, we
> could just ignore VS all together.
>
> I welcome all feedback, we are very keen to come up with an integrated
> development environment.
>
> Thanks
>
> David
>
> _________________
> "Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity,
> and I'm
> not sure about the former."
> - Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
> www.CustomerCommunity.com.au
> ---------------------------------------
> Sent from YesSoftware forum
> http://forums.codecharge.com/

ducati996guy


Posts: 46
Posted: 04/02/2010, 1:12 PM

Hi Jan,

thanks for your reply. I did look at IronSpeed but heard they had terrible support.

You wrote "There is also another product out there that may be about to release a good
Code Generator but it will only work with .Net (nothing else)."

What product is this? Do you have any more information? I am in touch with two other codecharge .Net developers here in Australia and they feel the same as I do.

Thanks
David
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Jan van Dalen
Posted: 04/02/2010, 2:08 PM

Hello ducati996guy,

Can't mention the product yet ... and is not ready ... and no idea how good
it will be :) and I'm not sure I should on Yes forums :)

Again, CodeCharge is great at many things ... I just wish they will give
more feedback of what/when is coming. Also, I hope that once they release,
they actually give us more complete docs and better support for .Net


> Hi Jan,
>
> thanks for your reply. I did look at IronSpeed but heard they had
> terrible support.
>
> You wrote "There is also another product out there that may be about
> to release
> a good
> Code Generator but it will only work with .Net (nothing else)."
> What product is this? Do you have any more information? I am in touch
> with two other codecharge .Net developers here in Australia and they
> feel the same as I do.
>
> Thanks
> David
> _________________
> "Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity,
> and I'm
> not sure about the former."
> - Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
> www.CustomerCommunity.com.au
> ---------------------------------------
> Sent from YesSoftware forum
> http://forums.yessoftware.com/

ducati996guy


Posts: 46
Posted: 04/02/2010, 3:55 PM

Hi Jan,

email me info[at]CustomerCommunity.com.au

Thanks
David
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datadoit
Posted: 04/09/2010, 12:07 PM

On 4/2/2010 3:12 PM, Jan van Dalen wrote:
>
> The bottom line, CodeCharge is great but is showing its age.
>

Well spoken.

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