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NetQuarry Studio

Application Developers build applications by doing one of three primary tasks. First, a developer develops or analyzes the data that is to be used in the application. Second, the developer uses NetQuarry Studio to manipulate meta-data that describes to the NetQuarry runtime how the end application will look and manage the application’s data. Third, any custom business logic is written using any .NET language and IDE (e.g. Visual Studio .NET) to produce focused application extensions.

To describe an application to the NetQuarry runtime the developer interacts with the NetQuarry Studio. The NetQuarry Studio is a Windows application that manipulates the meta-data objects and guides the developer through the creation and management of these objects.

The Studio is built using both Microsoft .NET and the NetQuarry platform. It provides a Visual Studio developer with a familiar user interface paradigm further enhancing the productivity of developers.

NetQuarry Studio is not a replacement for Visual Studio. Rather, it is the main tool interface used to describe the application. Developers still use Visual Studio to write business logic using the .NET language of their choice.

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Architecture

Keeping at the forefront in any industry requires that companies cannot only imagine great new products, but can get them from the vision stage into full production in the most efficient possible manner. The NetQuarry platform provides an engine for driving innovation, enabling products to be designed quickly, collaboratively, and iteratively.

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NetQuarry adds .NET 2.0 Support

COSTA MESA, Calif. – November 27, 2005 – NetQuarry, Inc. announces support for the Microsoft .NET 2.0 environment in its NetQuarry Enterprise Application Platform.

Issue Track Tutorial

This tutorial explains how to use the platform to create a simple, yet powerful issue tracking application.

In this application, there are two important objects, an “issue” and an “individual.” The issue holds information about the issue or problem report and the individual models information about a user in the system.

The basic requirements are as follows:

  • Users of the system are authenticated using a directory managed by the application.
  • Issues should be entered with a minimum of information – description, type, severity. The rest of the information should default to reasonable values.
  • Issues assigned to the logged in user should be easily available.
  • Issues can be related to each other. This relationship may be specified as related, duplicate, dependency. Relationships are displayed only in one direction.
  • The Issue and Individual objects must support attachments and free text notes.
  • The Issue and Individual objects should track the last updated user and last updated date/time.
  • Read the document here.

    NetQuarry Version 1.0 Released

    LONG BEACH, Calif. – August 31, 2005 – NetQuarry, Inc. announces release of v1.0 of its NetQuarry Enterprise Application Platform. The NetQuarry platform is developed in and for the Microsoft .NET 1.1 environment and supports customization in any .Net CLR-compliant language.

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