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OpenWire Editor .NET 5.0.3
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- Mitov Software
Description of OpenWire Editor .NET 5.0.3:
The OpenWire Editor is a powerful graphical editing Microsoft Visual Studio 2010/2012 .NET PlugIn. The Editor provides an intuitive easy way to design and build OpenWire applications in .NET simply by connecting .NET components and making wiring dataflow diagrams. In the OpenWire Editor, the "wires" are like those connecting a TV to a VCR, or speakers to a surround system. The OpenWire pins are analogous to the jacks where you plug the wires in. The OpenWire components correspond to the entertainment components (TV, speakers, etc.). The application can be created in seconds by just dropping components from the toolbar, and connecting them with visual "wires", and no is coding required.Requirements: Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 or 2012
Supported OS: Windows XP, Windows 2000
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