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nSoftware Scripting Integrator 16.0.6801 .NET/Delphi/ActiveX/ASP/COM Edition

nSoftware Scripting Integrator 16.0.6801 .NET/Delphi/ActiveX/ASP/COM Edition
nSoftware Scripting Integrator 16.0.6801 .NET/Delphi/ActiveX/ASP/COM Edition


Extend applications with dynamic scripting capabilities. Includes a powerful set of fully-embeddable scripting components that enable developers to extend apps with support for scripting through jР°vascript, PowerShell, etc.

Execute Scripts
Scripting components can be used to parse and execute dynamic script or execute predefined scripts and return results.

Uniform & Extensible Design
Very easy to use, with a uniform, intuitive, and extensible design. Common component interfaces across platforms and technologies.

Fully Integrated Components
Native software components for any supported development technology, with no dependencies on external libraries.

Blazing Performance
Based on an optimized asynchronous socket architecture that has been actively refined for more than a decade.

Features

Easy-to-use components for adding scripting support to applications.
Fast, robust, and reliable, the components consume a minimum of resources.
Native development components for all supported platforms and component technologies.
Rigorously tested, rock solid components that have undergone hundreds of thousands of hours of testing both internally by our QA team and externally through customer installations.
Detailed reference documentation, hundreds of sample applications, fully-indexed help files, and an extensive online knowledge base.
Backed by multi-tier professional support, including free email support and enterprise-level paid support.
A complete unified framework with a common easy-to-learn object model and simplified interfaces allowing you to be more productive.
Components are thread-safe on critical members.

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