Your opinion about gps4us News:
Welcome to gps4us News About gps4us  |  News  |  Support & Contacts
Twitter Facebook Linkedin YouTube
Recommend this page
Bookmark and Share

New out of the box thinking enrich Integrated Development Environment's IntelliSense with Code Bubbles and LINQ

by gps4us news 2011-08-22 11:00 The Eclipse Integrated Development Environment

The new computing platforms and wide range of innovative operating systems (OS) for mobile devices Apple iOS, Android, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, WAP, Samsung, BlackBerry and other developed and supported by large enterprises require convenient and powerful visual (IDE) Integrated Development Environment providing collection of intuitive tools for front-end application developers and back-end interface integrators. Mapping this picture upon the server side suite of Windows, Linux, Solaris and other proprietary and open source heavy lifting middle tier and database tier operating systems, distributed transactional servers like MTS (Microsoft Transactional Server) and Enterprise Java Beans (J2EE) transactional processing engines and the need for more advanced Architectural Modeling Tools and Integrated Development Environments (IDE) solutions is obviously becomes crucial to for architecting development, deploying, management and life-time support of integrated traditional remote procedure call RPC and new XML and messaging infrastructure at a lower end-to-end cost of ownership than previously available mainframe oriented IDE commercial solutions.

Success of Apache, Java and The Eclipse Foundation open source community innovative platforms and IDE-s made available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Solaris, in turn, pushed the span of the entire new realm of, for example the multi-platform Mediation Router or Windows-based Visual Studio C-sharp (C#) solutions powered by another innovation - the Common Language Runtime (CLR) - the language independent "glue" carrying the unified and integrated development environment for Windows OS on server, desktop and mobile fronts. The multi-platform software development for different operating systems put in place the independent integration requirements met by the diversity of web browsers like Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Opera and others. Wide variety of desktop, server and mobile run-time computing platforms extended the evolution of IDE from server to desktop, to mobile and web applications enriched with HTML, XML, Java, PHP and ASP coexistence via XML lightweight procedure call interfaces across various operating systems and programming languages. The unified approach powers Borland Delphi, MonoDevelop, Visual Studio, Eclipse, Python, Dev-PHP and other Integrated Development Environment applications to coexist with easy to use graphical user interfaces (GUI) sharing data over HTML-XML communication "channels".

Enterprise architects and software developers use rich IDE tooling features to visually connect front end, middle tier and back end MTS COM+ and J2EE Enterprise Java Beans (netBeans) software components and deliver distributed transactional queries across platforms and applications. The system integration tasks could consume up to 60 percent of total development time. IDE transactional component management capabilities simplify speed up of the platform independent distributed software integration and streamline the business  process propagation from the high level architectural designs across all tiers of the enterprise programming and run-time model.


Automated code generation and intellisense features of Integrated Development Environments are being enriched with the new paradigms in architect and developer usage interfaces. One of the new trends, on the Java side, is so called "Code Bubbles" a novel user interface metaphor for complex code understanding. Code Bubbles approach allows to create and maintain a simultaneous view of enterprise source code fragments spread across multiple locations. The native automatic code re-flow and elision helps simplify creation of Service oriented architecture (SOA) modeling code patterns and cloud environments via a lightweight object to code grouping and connectivity methods. 

IntelliSense also enspired a new trend in Visual Studio CLR/C# IDE world - the Language-Integrated Query (LINQ). The Language Integrated Query is focused around the Visual Studio insider common denominator - the Common language runtime universal capabilities to support virtually any programming language from C to C++, from VB to C#, from Fortran to Phyton. LINQ is targeting the simplification of the complex database queries in traditional SQL and XML service oriented architectures. LINQ and CLR synergy allow to introduces a set of new features to extend a powerful query capabilities to the language syntax of C# and Visual Basic.  

LINQ supports the Intellisense innovative capabilities to provide standardized and easier to learn and maintain database access patterns for transaction control, querying and updating data in simpler unified way. Linq with intellisense has a potential for seamless extensibility towards future generations of the traditional databases and any other types of data storage. Currently Visual Studio LINQ comes with .NET assemblies for easy usage of new LINQ intellisense enabled queries with SQL Server databases, ADO.NET Datasets, and XML documents providing easier ways for enterprise middle tier to back end integration.

Comments are closed
Thank you for being gps4us News Reader

13431 Beach Ave. Marina Del Rey, CA 90292  | Customer Services | Contact Info & Support
About gps4us | Testimonials | News | Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy | Shipping & RMA
© 2009-2011 GPS4US Online Store, All Rights Reserved.