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Posted 11 Jun 2013

Take your COBOL Application to .NET

, 11 Jun 2013
Take your COBOL application to .NET

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Take your COBOL application to .NET

When considering the tools needed to build, test and deploy business applications on Windows platforms as native code or as .NET managed code,Visual Studio represents the best IDE available today. Micro Focus Visual COBOL’s extension for VisualStudio 2010 or 2012 delivers the richest development experience for COBOL programmers available on Windows. In parallel, the COBOL language has been enhanced to make it even easier to use for .NET applications. Micro Focus Visual COBOL adds further tools and examples to build modern Windows and Web applications

Take your COBOL applications to .NET using Visual COBOL for Visual Studio. This video shows you how to get started with your own COBOL applications.

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