ComponentOne Releases Studio Enterprise™ Beta Components for Visual Studio 2005

New components include the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0-based versions of ComponentOne Tools

PITTSBURGH, PA - ComponentOne has released Studio Enterprise Beta components for Visual Studio 2005, including the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 versions of ComponentOne tools.

“Our Studio subscriptions provide our customers with NET Framework 2.0-based Beta versions, valuable enhancements, and continuous updates to the Visual Studio 2005 versions of our components," said Gustavo Eydelsteyn, Managing Director of ComponentOne. "With access to the beta versions of Studio Enterprise, customers will be able to develop innovative tools, and cutting edge applications for rising technologies."

“ComponentOne is one of the first partners to release Visual Studio 2005 versions of their products to the public,” said Shawn Nandi, product manager in the Developer and Platform Evangelism Division at Microsoft Corp. “And, we are very pleased that the Studio Enterprise beta is now available, so our mutual customers can take advantage of the new features in Visual Studio 2005.”

Current Studio Enterprise subscribers will have priority access to the new Visual Studio 2005 beta versions of Studio Enterprise components. Betas will take advantage of the .NET Framework 2.0 features including:

  • NET (WinForms), including Smart Tags, data binding, GDI text, and managed themes

  • ASP.NET (WebForms): Resource-based scripts and images

To sign up for the beta, visit

Studio Enterprise includes over 110 components targeting all application layers including data, presentation, reporting, and transformation. Studio Enterprise is one of the most complete component toolset for Windows, Web, and Mobile application development available anywhere. For more information, visit

About ComponentOne

ComponentOne LLC is a premier provider of a diverse set of tools and solutions for software developers who work in Microsoft® Visual Studio®, Visual Studio .NET, Borland® C#Builder™, Delphi® for .NET environments, and Help authors who write and design Help systems.

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