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    Easy software to program with?

    Hi,

    Is there some kind of software product where you can build software application WYSIWYG. Just like building sites with DreamWeaver, only than with real software code. There are a lot of programming functions which are general enough to make it click-and-go. Is there something like this (or do I small a business oppurtunity )

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    You can already do stuff like that with Visual Basic through Visual Studio, C# and VB.NET with .NET studio, Java (can't remember the EDI for that off the top of my head), etc. Heck, even access has form building capabilities which allow you to add code along with it which you can then compile into an application.

    Or is there something more you're talking about?
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    Notepad?

    As far as a WYSIWYG editor, I rarely use them. Back in the day I used to use FrontPage to preview my tables and such, but I've heard good things about Dreamweaver too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveMaxwell
    You can already do stuff like that with Visual Basic through Visual Studio, C# and VB.NET with .NET studio, Java (can't remember the EDI for that off the top of my head), etc. Heck, even access has form building capabilities which allow you to add code along with it which you can then compile into an application.

    Or is there something more you're talking about?
    Basically I mean is that you don't get to see the code unless you open the file with a text-program. You just select functions/actions, and connect relation between it (or something like that, hard to explain )

    Jacco

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    Dear everyone,

    Well, if you're using ASP.NET you could use Web Matrix... http://www.asp.net.

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