has released new versions of Formula One(TM) and First Impression(R) as OLE Custom Controls
and announces plans to release new versions of VisualSpeller(TM) and VisualWriter(TM), also as OLE Custom Controls
Included in this new release are five new OLE custom controls
(OCXs); TCP Server, VT220 (terminal), TFTP, Finger, and WhoIs.
0's new features including its 32-bit architecture and OLE custom controls
OLE custom controls
, or OCXs, provide a powerful substrate upon which developers can craft products.
announces its October product launch plans for the release of three significant new OLE Custom Controls
for developers using Microsoft Visual Basic or Microsoft Visual C++ under Microsoft Windows(R) 95:
The Challenge, which features a $10,000 prize to the winning developer, encourages software developers to use the company's new 32-bit IntraNet ActiveX Controls (formerly known as OLE Custom Controls
, or OCXs) for free.
BUSINESS WIRE)--March 12, 1996--NetManage, the leading supplier of TCP/IP based Intranet applications and Internet connectivity software for Windows, has announced today the availability of a set of Internet ActiveX Controls (formerly known as OLE Custom Controls
, or OCXs) for download at no charge from the NetManage Web site (http://www.
Code Depot allows shoppers to evaluate an on-line catalog of Visual Basic tools and components, including the newest, most powerful 32-bit OLE Custom Controls
(OCXs) from Crescent and other approved vendors.
ProNotes Voice Tools will be offered in the form of 16-bit Visual Basic custom controls (VBXs), as well as 16- and 32-bit OLE custom controls
OCX's or OLE Custom Controls
provide the ability for users to easily invoke application objects within an application without needing to write complicated code.
12 /PRNewswire/-- Rockwell Software announces the release of RSToolbox(TM), a collection of OLE custom controls
that takes advantage of the powerful capabilities of Microsoft(R) Visual Basic(TM) 4.
OpenScape, priced at $145, allows developers to embed OLE Custom Controls
(OCXs) into Web pages and to make calls to external servers.