Dazzle 2.0 is Macrosoft’s custom-built, multi-tier, .NET based, ready-to-start-development (RSD) framework. Used in all our VFP conversion projects, Dazzle 2.0 is designed to ensure optimal performance and forward compatibility as new technologies emerge over time.
Dazzle 2.0 is a new enhanced version of the framework which embodies a modern architectural framework, and .NET classes as strong building blocks that provide a solid foundation for all conversion projects.
Based on Angular2.0, Dazzle uses a TypeScript and object-oriented programming standard. Dazzle framework reduces time, avoids refactoring, generates a single coding standard, and enables the reusability of the code.
Dazzle 2.0 has shown to improve the development efficiency by 15%, which is a significant improvement over the previous version of Dazzle framework with 7% efficiency gain. A new version is planned for at least once a year with new feature updates aligned with the new technology trends in the market.
Dazzle Lite is a limited edition of Dazzle Framework. Derived from the multiple versions available in Dazzle, it is free to use and download to speed up your projects.
Dazzle Lite comes as a ready-to-start Visual Studio solution which consists of Web project, API project, Business Logic project, Domain project, Util project, Data Access project and Database project. Dazzle Lite uses latest technologies like, Visual Studio 2017, .Net Core SDK 2.2.106, Angular 6, Typescript 2.7, C#.Net 7.0, SQL Server 2017.
In addition to ready-to-start project, the following features are available:
You can start building enterprise level application using Dazzle Lite which will reduce your development effort.
For more information on Dazzle and migration services, contact us today.
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