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Commercial Apps Using C#

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Can any one give me a few examples of commercially available apps written in
C#?
May 10 '06 #1
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mad NAT'er schrieb:
Can any one give me a few examples of commercially available apps written in
C#?

Not something we sell externally, but we do have a database client software,
programmed by an external company for us.

Lots of Greetings!
Volker
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May 10 '06 #2

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MS Sql Server Management Studio
RedGate SQL Bundle
I believe the newest ACT contact manager

Well, to be fair, they could be VB.Net.. but it doesn't matter, you're
still targeting the same framework, and the IL code ends up being
pretty similar.

May 10 '06 #3

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VJ
Visual Studio .NET is in C#..

VJ

"Andy" <aj*****@alum.rit.edu> wrote in message
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MS Sql Server Management Studio
RedGate SQL Bundle
I believe the newest ACT contact manager

Well, to be fair, they could be VB.Net.. but it doesn't matter, you're
still targeting the same framework, and the IL code ends up being
pretty similar.

May 10 '06 #4

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Only parts of it are. It hosts the runtime and utilizes it, but it is
not in C# completely, and you can't be sure that the parts that are used
that are managed are in C#.

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"VJ" <vi********@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Visual Studio .NET is in C#..

VJ

"Andy" <aj*****@alum.rit.edu> wrote in message
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MS Sql Server Management Studio
RedGate SQL Bundle
I believe the newest ACT contact manager

Well, to be fair, they could be VB.Net.. but it doesn't matter, you're
still targeting the same framework, and the IL code ends up being
pretty similar.


May 10 '06 #5

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"VJ" <vi********@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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| Visual Studio .NET is in C#..
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No it's not. VS is C++, only some of the designers are C#.

Willy.
May 10 '06 #6

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SourceGear's Vault is a source code control product written entirely in
C#.

mad NAT'er wrote:
Can any one give me a few examples of commercially available apps written in
C#?


May 10 '06 #7

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mad NAT'er wrote:
Can any one give me a few examples of commercially available apps written in
C#?


The SourceGear source control products
RoyaltyTracker by MetaCometSystems
Polar Help Desk by Polar
Intelligent search agents from Connotate
The first I knew about, the other three I found in *five minutes* on
Google.

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May 10 '06 #8

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Hello VJ,

BTW the VS.net and .NET are mainly buit on unmanaged code.

V> Visual Studio .NET is in C#..
V>
V> VJ
V>
V> "Andy" <aj*****@alum.rit.edu> wrote in message
V> news:11**********************@j33g2000cwa.googlegr oups.com...
V>
MS Sql Server Management Studio
RedGate SQL Bundle
I believe the newest ACT contact manager
Well, to be fair, they could be VB.Net.. but it doesn't matter,
you're still targeting the same framework, and the IL code ends up
being pretty similar.

---
WBR,
Michael Nemtsev :: blog: http://spaces.msn.com/laflour

"At times one remains faithful to a cause only because its opponents do not
cease to be insipid." (c) Friedrich Nietzsche
May 10 '06 #9

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Hello mad NAT'er,

What kind of app you are interesting?

there are a lot of commercial tools and libraries over there http://www.componentsource.com/;
Some parts of forthcomming version of Windows Vista are on managed code;
A lot of companies use .NET for their internal task

m> Can any one give me a few examples of commercially available apps
m> written in C#?

---
WBR,
Michael Nemtsev :: blog: http://spaces.msn.com/laflour

"At times one remains faithful to a cause only because its opponents do not
cease to be insipid." (c) Friedrich Nietzsche
May 10 '06 #10

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I'm simply trying to get an idea of how C# is utilized. Is it mainly used
by businesses for internal applications and by smaller progamming shops for
smaller distributions or is it used to code large scale commercially
available applications. If not then why not?
"Michael Nemtsev" <ne*****@msn.com> wrote in message
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Hello mad NAT'er,

What kind of app you are interesting?

there are a lot of commercial tools and libraries over there
http://www.componentsource.com/;
Some parts of forthcomming version of Windows Vista are on managed code;
A lot of companies use .NET for their internal task

m> Can any one give me a few examples of commercially available apps
m> written in C#?

---
WBR,
Michael Nemtsev :: blog: http://spaces.msn.com/laflour

"At times one remains faithful to a cause only because its opponents do
not cease to be insipid." (c) Friedrich Nietzsche

May 10 '06 #11

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Doh; I should have known that, I use Vault!

May 10 '06 #12

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Hello mad NAT'er,

it's hard to compare small apps with large scale apps by commercial rate.
Second one is seldom for selling, because it's conserning to the company
infrastructure. That's why u can't see thus number of enterprise apps on
the market.

The gist of C# in distributed apps, where is the performance, hardware and
low-level codding not the issue.
N-tiers systems, Web-apps are good areas for C#/.NET, for unmanaged language
it's time consuming
m> I'm simply trying to get an idea of how C# is utilized. Is it mainly
m> used by businesses for internal applications and by smaller
m> progamming shops for smaller distributions or is it used to code
m> large scale commercially available applications. If not then why
m> not?
m>
m> "Michael Nemtsev" <ne*****@msn.com> wrote in message
m> news:9c**************************@msnews.microsoft .com...
m>
Hello mad NAT'er,

What kind of app you are interesting?

there are a lot of commercial tools and libraries over there
http://www.componentsource.com/;
Some parts of forthcomming version of Windows Vista are on managed
code;
A lot of companies use .NET for their internal task
m> Can any one give me a few examples of commercially available apps
m> written in C#?

---
WBR,
Michael Nemtsev :: blog: http://spaces.msn.com/laflour
"At times one remains faithful to a cause only because its opponents
do not cease to be insipid." (c) Friedrich Nietzsche

---
WBR,
Michael Nemtsev :: blog: http://spaces.msn.com/laflour

"At times one remains faithful to a cause only because its opponents do not
cease to be insipid." (c) Friedrich Nietzsche
May 10 '06 #13

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We develop and sell an application called NexEDA for semiconductor factories
written in C#.

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Can any one give me a few examples of commercially available apps written
in C#?

May 10 '06 #14

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mad NAT'er wrote:
Can any one give me a few examples of commercially available apps written in
C#?


the "CATALYST Control Center" by ATI needs the .net framework

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May 11 '06 #15

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Andy wrote:
Doh; I should have known that, I use Vault!


Is it a good product? I've never used it.

May 11 '06 #16

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I wanted to write how great it was, but perhaps it would be better if you
had a look for yourself.

Download / install the no-cost, one user named license version of

Vault - http://www.sourcegear.com/vault/downloads.html

or

Dragnet - http://www.sourcegear.com/dragnet/downloads.html
Jeff Clausius
SourceGear
"Brian Gideon" <br*********@yahoo.com> wrote in
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Andy wrote:
Is it a good product? I've never used it.

May 11 '06 #17

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Thanks Jeff. I'll take a look!

Jeff Clausius wrote:
I wanted to write how great it was, but perhaps it would be better if you
had a look for yourself.

Download / install the no-cost, one user named license version of

Vault - http://www.sourcegear.com/vault/downloads.html

or

Dragnet - http://www.sourcegear.com/dragnet/downloads.html
Jeff Clausius
SourceGear


May 11 '06 #18

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>Can any one give me a few examples of commercially available apps written in
C#?


How about SharpDevelop? A C# IDE written *entirely* in C#.

http://icsharpcode.net

May 11 '06 #19

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"Randolpho" <ra*******@gmail.com> wrote in message
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Can any one give me a few examples of commercially available apps written
in
C#?


How about SharpDevelop? A C# IDE written *entirely* in C#.

http://icsharpcode.net


Have you used this? Is it useful?
May 11 '06 #20

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Jeff Clausius <je***@raegecruos.com> wrote:
I wanted to write how great it was, but perhaps it would be better if you
had a look for yourself.

Download / install the no-cost, one user named license version of

Vault - http://www.sourcegear.com/vault/downloads.html


While you're doing that, you can also download/install the no-cost,
unlimited user, no-need-to-enter-a-name version of Subversion at
http://subversion.tigris.org

(It's definitely worth comparing SCMs - each has various things going
for it, apart from VSS which has no redeeming features that I'm aware
of.)

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May 11 '06 #21

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>Have you used this? Is it useful?

Yes and Yes.

It's not as good as Visual Studio, though, and with Visual C# 2005
Express now fully free, it's probably going to go the way of the dodo.

May 11 '06 #22

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Don't think #Develop will go the way of the DoDo. I've used the
Express version; no source integration, not being able to attach to
processes (other than the one you start by hitting F5) and some other
limitations will probably keep #Develop around for a while (assuming of
course it does in fact have these features!).

May 11 '06 #23

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Jon:

To get back to the topic at hand, this post is about commercial
applications written in C#. I do think we'll see more and more .Net based
commercial applications as the Framework becomes embedded with each new
release of Windows.

But at this time, there are only a couple of version control tools which
have been written with the .Net Framework - one of which is SourceGear
Vault

Jeff
SourceGear
May 12 '06 #24

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Jeff Clausius <je***@raegecruos.com> wrote:
To get back to the topic at hand, this post is about commercial
applications written in C#. I do think we'll see more and more .Net based
commercial applications as the Framework becomes embedded with each new
release of Windows.
While that's true, I don't think your "download it now" post was
particularly relevant to Vault's source language. I figured that while
you were recommending one SCM system, I'd balance things up a bit :)
But at this time, there are only a couple of version control tools which
have been written with the .Net Framework - one of which is SourceGear
Vault


Sure. I wouldn't personally base my choice of SCM on whether or not it
was written in .NET, but it's nice to hear of commercial apps being
written with it.

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May 12 '06 #25

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> While that's true, I don't think your "download it now" post was
particularly relevant to Vault's source language. I figured that while
you were recommending one SCM system, I'd balance things up a bit :)
No worries. Although, a direct comparison would not be totally accurate,
as each tool was originally designed for a different user base.

Sure. I wouldn't personally base my choice of SCM on whether or not it
was written in .NET, but it's nice to hear of commercial apps being
written with it.


Additionally, I agree people should choose their tools (.Net based or
not) on the feature set.
In any case, we've digressed far from the original intent of the post.
Take care.

Jeff
SourceGear
May 14 '06 #26

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