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  VisualAge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
VisualAge was the name of a family of computer integrated development environments from IBM, which included support for a few popular (and not so popular) computer programming languages.
VisualAge was born in the IBM development lab in Cary, North Carolina.
VisualAge for Java was based on an extended Smalltalk virtual machine which executed both Smalltalk and Java byte codes.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/VisualAge   (527 words)

 AS/400 Consultant Reports: D.H. Andrews
The workbench, the main VisualAge window, provides a general framework that changes depending on the type of object (e.g., a project or a class) the programmer is working with and the view selected.
The VisualAge development environment provides the same freedom to work with all the elements of a Java application while ensuring that the application implementation remains consistent and structurally correct.
VisualAge stores earlier editions of the project files in the repository, and the developer can navigate to the different editions simply by clicking on the edition button in the workspace.
www-03.ibm.com /servers/eserver/iseries/conslt/visualage2.htm   (2912 words)

 IBM VisualAge for Java
VisualAge for Java takes the inherent incremental capability of Java to its logical conclusion: rather than use a file-based compilation model, VisualAge for Java compiles source code incrementally whenever a field or a method of a class is edited and saved.
Still, the VisualAge for Java support for local debugging goes well beyond the capabilities of the remote debugging specification, because it is fully integrated into the incremental compilation and linking capabilities of the environment.
By default, the properties of the embedded beans are not visible in the property sheet of a composite bean.
www.research.ibm.com /journal/sj/373/chamberland.html   (9801 words)

 Intranet Design Magazine: Web Development-IBM VisualAge for Java 3.0, Enterprise Edition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
VisualAge also likes a comparatively full plate of resources, 650-800 MB of disk space and a minimum of 64 MB RAM (164 MB on a server is recommended), and definitely the more MHz the merrier.
VisualAge in particular is strong in support of distributed debugging that allows you to monitor and debug objects that were not created in VisualAge (a likely occurrence in a distributed environment).
VisualAge's code repository and team development, state of the art IDE, support for Java2 and Linux, massive support effort (free stuff), business and e-commerce development frameworks, integrated application server, and support for a wide range of IBM systems and software make it a top notch product.
www.intranetjournal.com /text/articles/200003/wd_03_11_00a.html   (1108 words)

 Why VisualAge?
VisualAge searches through its database to find all other constructs that depend on that method (from other methods that invoke it to classes that implement an interface it was defined it) and recompile those constructs.
VisualAge keeps track of the current version every time your save a method, class or interface, and you can explicitly checkpoint a method, class/interface, package or entire project with a version number/name.
(See VisualAge Tips and Tricks for a method of doing this.) This is great because you have a choice of finding which type of browser is most comfortable for you, rather than forcing yourself into a single project-manager browser like most IDEs provide.
www.javadude.com /articles/whyvaj.html   (1775 words)

 IBM bets on Java - SunWorld - December 1997
One of the fruits of this initiative is VisualAge for Java, a family of integrated development environments (IDEs) designed to make Java easier to use for everyone from the desktop power user to the corporate information technology group.
VisualAge was originally developed to support Smalltalk, and there is still a version of the product for that language.
The high-end systems, like IBM's VisualAge for Java Enterprise Edition, are generally aimed at developers who intend to tie their Java applications and applets to a database, such as Oracle or DB2.
sunsite.uakom.sk /sunworldonline/swol-12-1997/swol-12-visualage.html   (3247 words)

 OS/2 e-Zine! - VisualAge C++ v3.0
The central theme of VisualAge C++ is "construction from parts" and it provides the IBM Open Class library, a collection of hundreds of classes that provide most of the basic entities you need (such as user interface objects, collections, etc.), meaning that most of the time you don't have to write any code at all.
The heart of VisualAge C++ is the IBM Open Class library, a set of C++ classes for building applications that is cross-platform, enabling you to develop applications that can be recompiled for different target environments such as OS/2, 32-bit Windows, AIX, Solaris, OS/400, and MVS/ESA, with HP-UX and Macintosh on the way.
VisualAge C++ comes with the venerable WorkFrame (GIF, 12.2k), an environment for organizing projects and performing various actions on them.
www.os2ezine.com /v1n11/vacpp.htm   (1193 words)

 VisualAge makes developing Java apps easy - Java World
Developers should find VisualAge for Java a huge boon once they get used to it, thanks largely to the numerous wizards and integration with several top development tools that you're probably already using.
Whether you are new to Java or not, one thing that's certain is VisualAge for Java is a stellar environment for development.
After using VisualAge for Java, it was clear to us that this product would help reduce the cost and effort associated with building and maintaining Java applications to such a degree that it deserved our highest score of Excellent.
www.javaworld.com /javaworld/jw-10-2000/jw-1020-iw-visualage.html   (637 words)

 Writing Java Message Service programs using MQSeries and VisualAge for Java, Enterprise Edition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
We'll be using the Windows operating system versions of MQSeries and VisualAge for Java, so you'll need to have a computer with the Windows NT operating system and Service Pack 6a or Windows 2000 operating system with Service Pack 1.
The Entry Enterprise Edition of VisualAge for Java, Version 3.5, provides the same functionality as the Enterprise Edition, but it is limited to 750 class files.
VisualAge for Java, Enterprise Edition, provides a test environment that developers can use to test their J2EE components within VisualAge for Java without leaving the IDE.
www-106.ibm.com /developerworks/library/it-farrell1   (4133 words)

 Creating servlets for Domino with VisualAge for Java
Because VisualAge's Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is radically different than traditional file-based IDEs, this article starts by leading you through the setup of the Standard Edition of the IDE so that you can develop servlets with VisualAge.
VisualAge for Java Standard Edition does not have servlet or Domino support bundled in, but they are easy to add.
VisualAge for Java is a great environment for creating and debugging them, and deploying them in Domino is a simple task.
www-128.ibm.com /developerworks/lotus/library/ls-visualage   (2634 words)

 VisualAge Definition
For example, VisualAge for C++ is a multiplatform environment for writing C++ applications for OS/2, Windows, Mac OS X, AS/400, MVS/ESA, AIX and Linux.
VisualAge for Java was another core component of the product family, so successful as the Java development environment for IBM that the company decided to combine its Java enterprise activities with its Web development applications.
The VisualAge name was first used in the late 1980s for Smalltalk, then in 1994 for C++ and later for all the others.
www.pcmag.com /encyclopedia_term/0,2542,t=VisualAge&i=54007,00.asp   (719 words)

 Dr. Dobb's | Sybase's PowerJ and IBM's VisualAge | June 29, 2001
VisualAge for Java is a RAD tool for developing Enterprise Java applets, Beans, and applications.
VisualAge for Java's most unique feature is its built-in repository, where all of your project's files are saved.
With VisualAge's team development features, its ability to easily connect to a variety of enterprise data sources, and its well thought out interface, it's clear that IBM has the technology and the will to bring Java to the masses of mission-critical projects.
www.ddj.com /dept/architect/184415650   (2210 words)

 Upgrading to VisualAge C++ for AIX, Version 6.0   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
VisualAge C++ for AIX uses License Use Management (LUM) to control the licenses for the product, and requires LUM 4.6.4 or higher.
At the time of this writing, May 2003 VisualAge C++ for AIX Version 6 PTF is already available for download.
With VisualAge C++ 6.0 compiler, you have the option to install the compiler in a non-default library and retain the previous version of the compiler, and run two versions of VisualAge C++ for AIX on a single system.
www.ibm.com /developerworks/eserver/articles/cheng_visualage.html   (2037 words)

 Amazon.com: Visualage for Java Pro Edition 3.5 Program Pack: Software   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
VisualAge for Java is designed to facilitate the building of Web-enabled enterprise applications.
VisualAge is ideal for building and testing Java applets, servlets, and Enterprise JavaBean components.
Leverage the complete range of WebSphere servers and supporting platforms: VisualAge for Java covers a wide spectrum, from your first JDBC data bean to EJB persistence of CMP beans into relational databases.
www.amazon.com /Visualage-Java-3-5-Program-Pack/dp/B00004WKJX   (687 words)

 Using J-Integra with IBM's VisualAge
Although it appears that there are a lot of steps, most of them are trivial -- we have included such a lot of detail in order that no matter your experience, you will be able to follow the example.
VisualAge provides a pallet of GUI elements which can be used to compose a user interface.
You have seen how properties, methods and events from COM components are exposed as their Java counterparts, and recognised as such by VisualAge.
j-integra.intrinsyc.com /support/com/doc/guidev/visualage   (1731 words)

 IBM Software - VisualAge C++ - Library
VisualAge C++, XL Fortran, and XL Fortran RTE for Enterprise Linux expand support to iSeries platform - August 2003
VisualAge C++ V6.0 for Linux on pSeries - February 2003
VisualAge C++ V6.0 for AIX - July 2002
www-306.ibm.com /software/awdtools/vacpp/library   (206 words)

 Writing Java Message Service programs using MQSeries and VisualAge for Java, Enterprise Edition, Part 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
A previous article, Writing Java Message Service programs using MQSeries and VisualAge for Java, Enterprise Edition, describes how to obtain and install IBM products and tools for developing Java Message Service (JMS) programs.
To use the class within VisualAge for Java, a main() method that simulates how the class would be called in WebSphere is provided.
Last, but not least, I want to thank those of you that e-mailed me about the first article with your questions, comments, suggestions, and, yes, problems, which I was glad to resolve, because they helped me learn, also.
www-106.ibm.com /developerworks/library/it-farrell2   (5875 words)

 IBM Software - VisualAge Smalltalk - Product Overview
VisualAge Smalltalk Enterprise V6.0 allows for incremental and rapid development of new Smalltalk applications.
VisualAge® Smalltalk Server for OS/390® and z/OS™; V6.0 is the run-time deployment environment for Smalltalk Server applications on OS/390 and z/OS.
VisualAge Smalltalk V6.0 end of service - April 2006
www-306.ibm.com /software/awdtools/smalltalk   (130 words)

 5769-CL3 VisualAge RPG and Cooperative Development Environment for
VisualAge RPG and CODE/400: Together, these tools open up the world of client/server computing to the AS/400 programmer.
VisualAge RPG was designed to address these user needs.
The VisualAge RPG compiler is the same code base as the host ILE RPG compiler so you can easily move logic between the client and server.
www.5-10.com /as400/as400.htm   (2711 words)

 IBM Upgrades VisualAge For Java - Technology News by TechWeb   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
VisualAge for Java version 2.0 sports a high-performance compiler that optimizes Java code for specific platforms such as AIX, OS/400, and Windows NT.
Discount brokerage firm Charles Schwab, a VisualAge beta user, has saved $1 million by reusing Java code in its application-development efforts, says James Chong, vice president of architecture and planning at Schwab.
A beta version of VisualAge for Java, Professional Edition is available on IBM's VisualAge website, and will be commercially available later this quarter.
www.techweb.com /wire/story/TWB19980722S0007   (190 words)

 IBM VisualAge for Java   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Syncing and diffing local files with depot files are not supported from within VisualAge for Java.
Deleting a file from a VisualAge project does not automatically delete the file from the Perforce depot.
After you delete the file from the depot, you can delete it from the VisualAge project.
www.perforce.com /perforce/doc.031/manuals/p4plugins/05_visualageforjava.html   (968 words)

 Tutorials for VisualAge Smalltalk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
VisualAge Smalltalk feature for building enterprise solutions with varying interaction semantics using generally available middleware technology.
VisualAge Smalltalk Installation Guide - This book guides you through installing VisualAge Smalltalk and its associated features.
VisualAge Smalltalk Server Smalltalk Guide - This book gives both guidance and reference information needed to use SST to build components of distributed processing applications.
www.whysmalltalk.com /tutorials/visualage.htm   (362 words)

 Eos Software : VisualAge Smalltalk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
VisualAge Smalltalk, IBM's award-winning enterprise application development tool, enables software developers to create highly portable, scaleable, multi-tier business applications using object-oriented technology.
VisualAge Smalltalk also provides tools for application modeling and development, a robust persistence framework, and the ability to integrate existing legacy systems.
VisualAge Smalltalk combines the power of a pure object-oriented environment with the ease of visual programming, adding B2B support through the new XML parser, a new level of VisualAge for Java™; integration, enhanced WebSphere®; integration, and the addition of the new Advanced Database feature for higher performance with DB2® applications.
www.eos.ncsu.edu /software/smalltalk   (150 words)

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