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.NET Web Components 1.0

A package of three Web components: a Shopping Cart, a Chat.


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Total downloads: 267
  • Last Updated: Jan 21, 2009
  • License: Shareware $99.95
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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.NET Web Components is a Development software developed by After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for .NET Web Components:

EditByBSEditor: A package of three Web components: a Shopping Cart, a Chat, and a Forum specially created for web developers. The products are based on the cutting-edge Microsoft. NET technology and provide better performance than their ASP analogues. The components are installed in 7-8 easy steps, they are highly configurable and customizable to the exiting customers' design and requirements. Demo movies illustrating the main operation tricks are part of the package. Shopping cartUnlimited number of catalogues and sub-catalogues, item search, filtering orders. Easy catalogue navigation. Automatic order Notifications and confirmations by e-mail. Possibility of integration with any existing payment system as optional service (customization).ChatUnlimited number of chat rooms. Chat moderating possibilities: ranking chat rooms, rank determined access restrictions. ForumUnlimited number of threaded Discussions. Forum moderation possibilities: ranking discussions, rank determined access restrictions. Admin Statistics. Possibility of tree-like and table-like visual representation. Possibility to get forum replies by e-mail.Technologies used: ASP.NET, ADO.NET, XML/XSLT (in Forum).
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