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Vulcan.NET is the next generation of the xBase family of languages. Vulcan.NET provides a high level of backwards-compatibility with the Visual Objects language, while at the same time bringing it into the 21st century with all the features you would expect in a modern programming language. In addition, Vulcan.NET brings all the benefits of the .NET platform to the Visual Objects language, opening up a whole new world of opportunities for xBase programmers.

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Visual Studio 2012 for Vulcan.NET 3.0

If you do not currently have Visual Studio 2012 you can use this version with Vulcan.NET 3.0. This version of Visual Studio comes in two parts; the "isolated" shell and the "integrated" shell. You need to download and install the isolated shell first, then the integrated shell. Once that is done you can install Vulcan.NET 3.0

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Visual Studio 2010 - Vulcan.NET Edition

Visual Studio 2010 enables developers to rapidly created connected applications that deliver the highest quality, rich user experiences. It provides advanced development tools, debugging features, database functionality, and innovative features for quickly creating tomorrow's cutting-edge applications across a variety of platforms.

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Vulcan IDE

Vulcan IDE provides a development environment that is in some ways similar to the Visual Objects IDE but includes features that make it an effective tool for developing .NET applications. Vulcan IDE is written in Vulcan!

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Visual Objects 2.8

Visual Objects is a fully object-oriented 32 bit Windows development environment for creating sophisticated business applications.

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Vulcan.NET Samples

Samples showing some of the flexibility and power of Vulcan.NET.

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