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Darteks use Microsoft Visual Basic (VB) as their primary Windows application development language. VB is a rapid application development (RAD) tool that has become very widespread and well supported. We use this language for it's speed in building prototype applications.

Even though other languages have become available for application creation, VB has continued to grow as one of the largest developer supported languages available for Windows.

Visual Basic can be used to create Windows applications, libraries of support functionality and "console" programs that have no user interface.

We also use VB to supplement the development of Adobe Central document-generation applications
See About Central - Complex System

It is also the basis of Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) used in many Microsoft and third party applications such as Word, Access, Excel, etc, providing the means for document automation. We have used VBA in many situations that warrant the use of additional support "macros".

Darteks has much of the code it has used in various projects available as libraries for use in future development. This helps to cut the cost of development by a siginificant amount under most circumstances. Darteks is currently moving its application support code libraries to VB.NET for future projects.

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