Total .NET SourceBook

Total .NET SourceBook

Supports Visual Studio 2005

All FMS .NET Products

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"The entire tool is completely intuitive. It's a great training tool and has excellent potential for encouraging development standards. Total .NET SourceBook's simple elegance is impressive."

Andy Clark, Visual Studio Magazine

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Optimized for Microsoft Visual Studio .NETTotal .NET SourceBook

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Total .NET SourceBook for Microsoft .NET - Source Code Library Ships

VIENNA, VA — April 24, 2003 — FMS announced it is shipping Total .NET SourceBook for Microsoft .NET for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003. Total .NET SourceBook for Microsoft .NET provides knowledge about how to write code for the Microsoft .NET Framework and contains extensive examples. Total .NET SourceBook for Microsoft .NET is the next generation of the award winning Total Visual SourceBook, the popular professional source code library for Microsoft Visual Basic developers. Through Total .NET SourceBook for Microsoft .NET developers have access to tens of thousands of lines of code in both Microsoft Visual C# .NET and Visual Basic .NET available for immediate royalty-free insertion into Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 applications. The source code library provides an interactive way for developer teams to share their programming practices. A wide range of documented source code, tips and tricks enables developers to create applications for the.NET Framework faster and with fewer errors. Developers can also add their code, tips, and snippets into the repository. New techniques can also be acquired through the CodeBase Web service. Multi-user ready, Total .NET SourceBook for Microsoft .NET allows an entire development team to share their code and knowledge in a controlled and easily searched environment.

Total .NET SourceBook for Microsoft .NET is also part of the Total .NET Developer Suite for Microsoft .NET, which includes Total .NET Analyzer for Microsoft .NET and Total .NET XRef for Microsoft .NET. All three products are seamlessly integrated with the Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and available to developers while they program.

"With the release of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003, Microsoft provides new opportunities to the industry’s best development environment," said Dan Haught, FMS Executive Vice President. "With Total .NET SourceBook for Microsoft .NET, developers can get-up-to-speed quickly, manage their code better, and take advantage of the new capabilities of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003."

"Developers using Visual Studio .NET 2003 have a dependable resource with FMS," said David Lazar, director for the Developer and Platform Evangelism Division at Microsoft Corp. "Developers using the Total .NET SourceBook for Microsoft .NET will experience greater productivity with a better understanding of the application before deployment."

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Total .NET SourceBook for Microsoft .NET and Total .NET Developer Suite for Microsoft .NET are now available.

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Trial versions are available for all three products in the Total .NET Developer Suite for Microsoft .NET. Products are available directly from FMS, most software resellers, and international distributors.

About FMS

Founded in 1986, FMS is a privately held software firm located in Tysons Corner, Virginia. FMS is the world’s leading developer of products for Microsoft Access, and a top vendor of products for Microsoft SQL Server, Visual Studio .NET and Visual Basic communities. With tens of thousands of customers in over 100 countries, FMS customers are comprised from a variety of public and private organizations including 90 of the Fortune 100. Committed to innovation and quality, all FMS products are developed by an in-house team of experts including several Microsoft MVPs, published authors, and frequent quest speakers. FMS is a Microsoft Certified Partner, a Microsoft Independent Software Vender (MSDN ISV), an Intel Early Access Program member, a member of the Association for Competitive Technology and a member of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Integration Program (VSIP).

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