beWISE is a product that provides Inter-Process Communication (IPC) capabilities for your Visual Basic programs. In other words, beWISE makes it very easy for your Visual Basic programs to talk to each other.
It allows you to split your project into multiple independent applications that can cooperate. VB.NET, VB6 and C programs can easily communicate using beWISE variables and pipes. This is very useful for parallel software development, implementation of distributed systems or integration of legacy applications. Using beWISE as the interface between your applications, you can for instance integrate older VB6 or C programs into your new VB.NET project by just adding beWISE to the old programs and remote controlling them from within your VB.NET applications.
Simply install the beWISE product on your computer, add the beWISE DLL to your VB projects and you are ready to go. You can immediately start creating VARIABLES that are shared among all beWISE applications on your computer or in your LAN.
Every program referencing the beWISE DLL can access (read & write) ALL the variables created by ANY of the programs. In addition beWISE provides PIPES. They allow streams of data to be transferred between applications. Sending data thru these pipes is as simple as assigning values to variables.
The beWISE product comes in different flavors, allowing you to select the package that?s right for you. You can choose between a BASIC, ADVANCED, PROFESSIONAL and a LAN version. All product versions are available for VB6 and VB.NET and come with a 14 evaluation period, allowing you to try before you buy. They include sample source codes and free tools allowing you to monitor and debug your beWISE VARIABLES. The sample source codes help you get started quickly.
An optional C library allows conventional C programs to access beWISE variables.
Link to beWISE Professional sample code
License: Free To Try
Development::Basic, VB, VB DotNet
Date Added: Feb 19, 2009
Last check for an update: Feb 24, 2017
Last version date: Feb 13, 2007
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Scan Date: Feb 27, 2009