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lebb 12-19-2003 09:47 AM

Handy sites for handy VB.NET tools
 
While the free WebMatrix software from ASP.NET is not primarily a VB.NET tool, it does come with a Class Browser tool which is quite an excellent way to browse through the .NET world, either by assembly or by namespace.

reboot 12-29-2003 07:43 PM

Very nice suite of controls for .Net, most of them free.

http://www.divil.co.uk/net/controls/

Shameless plug from a very satisfied user (me :)):
Sandbar in particular, while only free for non-commercial apps, is in my opinion light years ahead of other similar products out there.

Wamphyri 07-29-2004 09:40 AM

Useful .Net Tools
 
Here are 10 useful tools for .Net developers

lebb 09-11-2004 11:34 AM

Some nice .NET control/resource links suggested by shaul_ahuva:

http://www.eworldui.net/default.aspx -- A bunch of web controls (including a pop-up javascript calendar and date-time picker). They can be used for free by either commercial or non-commercial developers.

http://www.ericjsmith.net/codesmith/ -- Generates ASCII based code based on templates. Templates can be written in VB, C# and J#. Very handy when working with entities with LOTS of properties.

Denaes 01-23-2006 08:21 AM

Free .Net 2.0 WinForms Resource Roundup
 
I'd like to see about gathering a list of resources for .Net 2.0 now that it's been out a little bit. Controls, libraries, tutorials, etc.

In particular I'm interested in seeing Free for non-profit, free for all and very inexpensive controls & libraries. I'd love to see a good grid with lots of features. I just lost my ComponentOne grid upgrading from 2003 to 2005.

Power Collections is a free library which really has some good features added to collections. I've been using the Bag Collection for a little while on a project. It uses a Generic Type and has all the methods I've needed - compared to the standard .Net collections where you might have to make some custom methods.


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