January 30th, 2006, 12:06 AM
:)Good News:E-XD++ MFC/C++ Library Enterprise Edition 11.60 - Source Code is ready!
"The only Flow/Diagramming Kits that provides full source code of components for MFC and ActiveX in a single package!"
E-XD++ MFC/C++ Library Enterprise Edition 11.60 is releasednow,this is the best release from u cancode software,you can try it freely with the following website:
E-XD++ MFC Library Enterprise Edition is the the world’s leading MFC/C++ visualization component. Renowned for incredibly rich graphics, E-XD++ helps developers build applications that offer unparalleled functionality. Outstanding productivity lowers project risk and reduces maintenance headaches. With 8 years of dedicated research and development, u cancode leads the market for visualization technologies, providing outstanding customer support.with E-XD++ Enterprise you can easily build Visio 2003 like applications.
“Do you really have the time to develop diagram and graphs for your C++ application? It is a waste of time to do any programming work not related to the business rules of your specific industry. Add complex diagrams and graphs to your application easily with E-XD++?, a C++ graphing and diagramming class library built on and seamlessly coupled with the Microsoft Foundation Class?.”
Developing system software is a time-consuming and high-risk task, especially when the application needs to handle different data relationships, to handle complex data flows, to handle complex connection diagrams, or to do printing, undo and drag operations. Since MFC provides only the most basic GDI functions, it could hardly give us much help if we want to develop such kind of application using MFC. To develop this kind of application, developers not only need to handle a lot of complex Windows GUI, but also need to do some complex and verbose mathematical computation. This would be an extremely time-consuming job.
Learn more about E-XD++ Enterprise with:
This is E-XD++ Product workthrough.
Tons of the screen shot that build with E-XD++ can be found with:
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