Review of CodeAssist, Page 3
Whilst I do have a couple o' small grumblings about CodeAssist, I'm just being a picky old prune. It's fair to call this the best code generator I've seen so far. And trust me, I've seen most of 'em.
<Karl's wallet knowingly groans>
Smart and easy-to-use, this product generates high-quality code and bundles with an extensive range of templates. And at #90, it doesn't break the bank for enterprise development.
Although the task of creating your own templates is available, the burden of having to learn a little extra syntax will probably deter most developers... but the option is there nevertheless.
And to answer my original question; yes, this product certainly is different from the rest. It blasts numerous low-quality competitors right out the skies.
Although such data access code isn't everyone's cup of tea, it does have a market—and CodeAssist meets the demand well. An excellent addition to any self-respecting geek's toolbox.
Erm, so long as you're not using Access 2000 databases.
You can download a demo of Sheridan's CodeAssist from their website at www.shersoft.com
Review copy kindly provided by retailer Contemporary, www.contemporary.co.uk
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