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Xbase++
XbToolsIII
Web Application Adapter
WAA Gateway source code 
Advantage Database Server DBE 
ODBCDBE 
ASINET internet protocol library 
Active Xbase++ Scripting Engine 
HTML Reflection Framework 
XML for Xbase++ 
Xbase++ Memory Watcher
Xbase++ Pre-Processor API
Xbase++ Profiler
OpenGL for Xbase++
Baumbart - NewsReader for Xbase++
Source code of Baumbart - NewsReader for Xbase++ 
Browser source code 
XbpSlider Source Code 
XbpSplitbar Source Code 
Sorted QuickBrowse sample 
Knowledgebase
Articles/Papers/Technotes
 
WAA Gateway source code
Here you find the C source code for the gateway of our Web Application Adaptor (WAA). The gateway provides the communication channel between the WAA and the web server.
The WAA package contains binary gateways for Win32, OS/2, ISAPI and Linux (glibc2).
With the source code of the WAA gateway you are put into the position to port the gateway to any other platform your Web-Server is running on.
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Alaska Software ODBCDBE
The ODBCDBE provides seamless integration of external data sources, like SQL-servers or MS Access, for example, into your Xbase++ application.
And all this without the need of a steep learning curve to SQL. ODBCDBE makes it possible to migrate your existing code to SQL step-by-step, or, for simple tasks, just re-use with minor changes. ODBCDBE also provides SQL pass-through, ie. the execution of SQL-queries, execution of stored procedures etc.
However, the ODBCDBE is just the beginning. With the forthcoming specialized DAC-classes, like SQLSession(), SQLCommand() etc., the ODBCDBE will provide both the traditional function/command layer to access SQL servers and an object-oriented approach for those who want to develop that way. But even then, you still can enjoy using Xbase++ - functions you are familiar with! The latter will also reflect SQL-server properties more transparent, like column data type information and many more.
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ASINET internet protocol library
ASINET, the Alaska Software Internet library. This library includes functions and classes to support the majority of important internet protocols, like TCP/IP, POP3, SMTP, HTTP or FTP. Now you can transfer files using the internet, exchange e-mails or write your own WWW server. Sample applications are included. The library is royality free - so you get $500 or more value with only one component of the Professional Subscription.
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Active Xbase++ Scripting Engine
Scripting technologies are hot in these days! Just think about Perl, JavaScript or VBScript. The Xbase++ Scripting Engine enables you to write your script code in your favorite language - Xbase++! Future versions of the Scripting Engine will support Linux, Windows Scripting Host and more. Get in touch today with the technologies that will drive your success of tomorrow.
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HTML Reflection Framework
The HRF is an implementation of the DOM 1.0 standard from the W3C consortium and fully supports HTML 4. The HRF class framework reduces the hassle when applications are deployed in the Internet and cryptic HTML code is mixed with your business logic written as PRG code. With HRF, a HTML file can be loaded into an Xbase++ application and filled with data originating from a database file, for example, by calling methods of HRF objects. The modified HTML file can then be written back to disk or sent to the Internet.
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XML for Xbase++
XML is a future technology for distributed applications, but only few programmers are using it today. A major hurdle in the acceptance of XML is the necessity of having an XML parser. To pave the path for your XML usage, we have developed a non-validating XML parser engine for Xbase++. It is easy to use from your PRG code and lightning fast, since it is entirely written in C. We have added a sample application using XML to describe input data, and a DAC database sample demonstrating how to create XML data from your database and access it using latest MS Internet Explorer 5.0 (or higher) XMLDSO technology.
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Xbase++ Memory Watcher
Memwatch is a comprehensive tool to enhance your productivity as software developer as it allows you to monitor the allocation/release of memory, GUI objects, Threads, PUBLIC and PRIVATE variables.
It is the ideal tool to locate memory leaks, unused variables, threads or XBPs. In windows 9X systems it also displays the GDI and USER resource heaps.
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Xbase++ Pre-Processor API
You are fond of the Xbase++ pre-processor and want to use its power in your programs? Don't hesitate! We have added an example program demonstrating how to dynamically load the pre-processor DLL and access the pre-processor API of Xbase++. Build your own command-line interpreter or boost your data-driven programs with the "secrets" of the pre-processor API.
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Xbase++ Profiler
Speed, Speed, Speed!
Many customers of Alaska Software have asked how to optimize the performance of their applications. Although we invest continuously into performance improvements of Xbase++, we want you to be able to analyze and optimize your own code. Therefore, we have invested in a profiling tool that allows you to trace all function, procedure and method calls of your Xbase++ application, no matter if they were written by yourself or by Alaska Software. You can trace things like: What parameters are passed? How often is a function called? How much time is consumed in total by a particular function? Even if speed is not your primary concern, the Xbase++ Profiler can help you in understanding the program flow of huge and complex applications.
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OpenGL for Xbase++
Have you ever seen these great 3D animations on TV and wondered how this can be done? Do it with Xbase++! A class derived from XbpDialog encapsulates an OpenGL interface and does the job for you. It gives you access to the 3D rendering engine. An example program showing business graphics is included.
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Baumbart - NewsReader for Xbase++
Baumbart supports offline reading. We include the current contents of all Xbase++ / Alaska Software newsgroups.
The Baumbart source code is available as part of the Professional Subscription.
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Source code of Baumbart - NewsReader for Xbase++
Baumbart supports offline reading. We include the current content of all Xbase++ / Alaska Software newsgroups.
The provided source code shows how to use the ASINET library and provides insight information about the NNTP protocol.
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Browser source code
This Xbase++ source code gives you an insider's knowledge of how to code Xbase Parts to their limits. We publish the PRG code of the two browser classes along with an example of how to implement a "Sorting Browser" based on XbpQuickBrowse() that supports sorting and sizing of single columns.
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XbpSlider Source Code
This Xbase++ source code might give you a deeper understanding of how you can write your own XBPs with plain Xbase++ and have fancy components in your applications.
The archive contains the source code of a reference implementation for an XbpSlider() class. Feel free to use the source as a start-off and modify it for your needs.
Small examples which demonstrate the class' capabilities are included.
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XbpSplitbar Source Code
This Xbase++ source code might give you a deeper understanding of how you can write your own XBPs with plain Xbase++ and have fancy components in your applications.
The archive contains the source code of a reference implementation for an XbpSplitbar() class. Feel free to use the source as a start-off and modify it for your needs.
Small examples which use the class' capabilities are included.
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Sorted QuickBrowse sample
The XbpQuickbrowse offers small lightweight browsing capabilites to your applications. It does not offer abilities to sort and resize the columns. This example is intended to demonstrate how this can be achieved.
The code contains the source code for a customized quickbrowse class together with a datastore class which is capable to handle the sorting of arrays and tables.
A small example which uses these capabilities is included.
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Knowledgebase
The KnowledgeBase help file contains solutions and work arounds for known issues, answers to frequently asked questions and general advice for common programming problems.
The Alaska Software KnowledgeBase provides you with first-hand knowledge directly from the Development and the Technical Support Teams of Alaska Software.
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Alaska Software Articles/Papers/Technotes
Find here a collection of many highly informative and valuable articles all about Xbase++ and its addons, new techniques and most of it is coming with full source if available.
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