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peterr


Posts: 5971
Posted: 02/18/2008, 4:24 AM

Hi All,

We have great news for all ASP.NET developers using CodeCharge Studio.

YesSoftware and UltraApps.com has just made available a release-candidate of new version 4.0 of the Issue Manager Enhanced ( http://www.ultraapps.com/app_overview.php?app_id=21 ) in ASP.NET/C# , utilizing the InMotion Framework. This project also requires standard version of CCS (not Personal Edition) and MS Access, MS SQL Server or the free MS SQL Server Express database.

What's great about it is that the custom code looks very clean and simple, easy to learn and modify, and modularized. I did some bug fixing and code review and already feel like an ASP.NET expert, while not being a hardcore coder and never before dealing much with ASP.NET. There are also many great code samples for various situations: multiple file uploads, project-based security, user profile management, using email templates, modular development, using Ajax Update Panels, etc.
We hope this little sample application can simplify your life tremendously.

Please feel free to visit CCS Customer Area at http://www.yessoftware.com/content.php?content_id=customers_home to download the CCS project or generated/published application (if you just want to use it). Comments and questions are welcome.

Thanks also go to the developers from the InMotion team which we invite here as well.
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Ron


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Posted: 04/20/2008, 8:15 AM

The code does look clean and simple. However coming from the ASP 3.0 with Templates world I was wondering if there are any plans to generate this example in the ASP.Net VB - In Motion Framework code language?
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