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30-Sep
2003

asp:review Borland C#Builder Enterprise (asp.net PRO)

Author: Michael Riley

29-Sep
2003

Creating your first ECO application (Borland.com)

Author: Anthony Richardson
This article demonstrates building a simple application using the Borland® Enterprise Core Objects (ECO)™ technology in Borland® C#Builder™ Architect.

28-Sep
2003

C#Builder vs. VS .NET: Choose Wisely (C#Pro)

Author: Joe Mayo
With Borland's new C#Builder, VS.NET now has a real competitor. Both are great tools, but which will work best for you?

18-Sep
2003

Using Borland's ECO to develop model-powered applications for .NET (BDNtv)

Author: Anders Ohlsson
This BDNtv episode shows you how you can easily create powerful applications using Borland's Enterprise Core Objects for Microsoft.NET.

08-Sep
2003

C#Builder Covers App Life Cycle (eWeek)

Author: Peter Coffee
More than just a C# development environment, the Enterprise edition of Borland's new .Net tool set demonstrates effective integration of the tools that the company has been busily acquiring of late—and also suggests determination to offer top-tier, possibly multilanguage life-cycle support in competition with Microsoft's Visual Studio .Net product.

03-Sep
2003

Borland C#Builder Is a Capable Alternative to VS.NET (DevX)

Author: A. Russell Jones, Executive Editor
Competing with Visual Studio is not a simple task, but Borland's C#Builder succeeds by extending the IDE concept to fully embrace not only coding and debugging tasks, but also enterprise-level planning, design and optimization tasks, multiple relational databases, and tools that help .NET developers interact with J2EE components and applications.

30-Aug
2003

Performance Rules for Developing DB2 Web Applications With C# Builder (IBM)

Author: Glenn Stephens
Speed. Scalability. These are the mantras of Internet development and they are not necessarily difficult to achieve. Applying a few simple rules can mean the difference between a slow or fast Internet application. In this article, you will learn five rules for developing fast Microsoft® ASP.NET Web apps using Borland® C#BuilderTM and IBM® DB2® Universal DatabaseTM (UDB) 8.1.

20-Aug
2003

Paging through ResultSets in an ASP.NET application - Part 1 (BDN)
Paging through ResultSets in an ASP.NET application - Part 2 (BDN)

Author: Sam Kapoor (Borland)
This article shows how to display pageable data in an ASP.NET application developed with C#Builder using BDP.NET managed provider for Interbase. Covers Default and Custom Paging mechanism.

17-Aug
2003

Installing .NET Components into C#Builder using ToolsAPI (BDN)

Author: Alain "Lino" Tadros
This article explains the preferred method of installing .NET components into the C#Builder IDE using the Open Tools API.

06-Aug
2003

Simple Database Application With C# Builder

Author: Fredrik Larsson

30-Jul
2003

C#Builder WebMethod (Service) and Consumer (Client) Tutorial (BDN)

Author: Clay Shannon
Step-by-step guide to creating web services (AKA "web methods") and clients to "consume" them using C#Builder.

28-Jul
2003

Business Objects for .NET Remoting using C#Builder (BDN)

Author: Lino Tadros
This article will discuss the 3 different ways of architecting Business Objects for .NET Remoting systems without having to deploy any of its code to its client applications.

15-Jul
2003

C#Builder WinForm Application Development Tutorial (BDN)

Author: Clay Shannon
Learn how to build a simple .RTF viewer with C#Builder in this short introductory article that touches on the C#Builder IDE, escaping strings, and Wacky Warble McGorkle.

14-Jul
2003

The C#Builder Open Tools API (BDN)

Author: Erik Berry
The C#Builder Open Tools API (OTA) allows developers to add functionality to the IDE using any .NET language. This article introduces the major changes in the new .NET OTA and provides several usage examples and practical hints.

14-Jul
2003

Using ADO.NET with C#Builder Personal (BDN)

Author: Bob Swart
In this article, Bob Swart shows you how to use C#Builder Personal in combination with "plain" ADO.NET to connect to a MSDE database, create a table, insert records, select the records from this table again and show them in a datagrid.

11-Jul
2003

Consuming the TicTacToe Web Service with C#Builder (BDN)

Author: Bob Swart
In this article, Bob Swart shows you how to use C#Builder to import a web service, and use it to build a WinForms application that can be used as a TicTacToe game client.

07-Jul
2003

Creating a master-detail WinForm with C#Builder (BDNTV)

Author: John Kaster
This example shows how to use C#Builder to create a master/detail DataGrid application for .NET WinForms using C#Builder, without having to write any code to set up the relationship or display the data.

07-Jul
2003

Parameterized queries with ASP.NET in C#Builder (BDNTV)

Author: John Kaster
This example demonstrates how to create an ASP.NET application that uses a Calendar to drive the values for a parameterized query to a sales table. After the user clicks on a date containing sales records, a DataGrid on the page is refreshed with the sales for the selected date.

07-Jul
2003

ASP.NET datagrid design with C#Builder (BDNTV)

Author: John Kaster
This simple example shows how you can use C#Builder to rapidly create a data-aware ASP.NET application with minimal coding efforts.

04-Jul
2003

Simple Database Development with C#Builder (BDNTV)

Author: John Kaster
This example shows how to create a database application in C#Builder using the Borland Data Providers for .NET. You can learn how to quickly prototype a database application, get live data at design time, and connect to your data tables at run-time by letting the IDE create all the necessary code for you.

04-Jul
2003

Exposing IBM DB2 UDB Data via Web Services with Borland C#Builder (IBM)

Author: Glenn Stephens
Learn how to create Web services that expose DB2 UDB databases, and how to manipulate those services across a network.

19-Jun
2003

Build ASP.NET Web Sites with IBM DB2 Universal Database (IBM)

Author: Glenn Stephens
Learn to develop data-driven Microsoft® ASP.NET applications using Borland® C#Builder(TM) with your DB2® UDB.

19-Jun
2003

Working With DB2 Universal Database Tables Using C#Builder With ADO.NET and BDP for .NET (IBM)

Author: Bob Swart
In my first article on using IBM DB2® Universal DatabaseTM (UDB) with Borland® C#Builder(TM) [see below], I showed how the Borland Data Providers for .NET could be used to build a connection to DB2 UDB v8.1 and to use the DB2 SAMPLE tables. This time, I will examine some individual Borland Data Provider classes in a bit more detail, especially the design-time editors, and compare them to generic ADO.NET.

Also, at the end of this article, I will cover some important deployment details for the resulting C#Builder project and the BDP assemblies.

17-Jun
2003

Object Destructors and Finalizers in .NET Using C# and Delphi for .NET (BDN)

Author: Brian Long
This in-depth article looks at the role and usage of destructors (or equivalent) in the managed world of .NET. It examines in detail the areas of garbage collection, finalizers, the dispose pattern and language specifics, using both C# and Delphi for .NET.

10-Jun
2003

Borland's ALM Solution for .NET - Screen Shots (Local Article)

Updated 19-Jun-2003
Screen shots from the TechNet webcast held by Borland on 10-Jun-2003.

23-May
2003

Connecting Borland C#Builder to DB2 UDB with Borland Data Providers for the Microsoft .NET Framework (IBM)

Author: Bob Swart
This article shows how to use Borland C#Builder Enterprise and the Borland Data Providers (BDP) for .NET to connect to the DB2 SAMPLE database. It shows how three of the four BDP for .NET components are used at design-time in a Rapid Application Development (RAD) way.

07-May
2003

C#Builder Screenshots shown on the box (BDN)

  • One screenshot is from C#Builder Enterprise and one from C#Builder Professional.
  • Design-time data from an Interbase table.
  • An imported web service reference.
  • What appears to be Borland data providers in use.
  • A Crystal Decisions section in the Tool Palette.
  • An ASP application showing the HTML editor with syntax highlighted HTML and an ASP data grid.
26-Apr
2003

General C#Builder Information (Local Article)

General C#Builder information publicly announced by Borland, including features, pricing, how things work and so on.

26-Apr
2003

C#Builder Sneak Preview - Close Analysis (Local Article)

A close analysis of Borland's sneak preview of C#Builder including more than 20 screenshots from the demo and comparisons with C++Builder and Delphi.

26-Apr
2003

C#Builder Sneak Preview

Borland's first C#Builder demonstration, showing basics of the IDE, code editor, and debugger.

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