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  • C++Builder: 1 codebase, 1 UI designer, 4 platforms. C++Builder: 1 codebase, 1 UI designer, 4 platforms. Icon
    C++Builder: 1 codebase, 1 UI designer, 4 platforms. Icon

    The best visual IDE for creating fast performance native apps across platforms. Start today a 30-Day trial (no credit card needed).

    Modern C++, standards-compliant with enhanced language extensions, beautiful native UI tools, and cross-compilation to Windows, macOS, iOS and Android. We provide the ‘full stack’ for native app development, from database to native and flexible UI to REST and more. If you want crossplatform C++ done right - choose the Complete App Platform for Multi-Device Native Development - Choose C++Builder.
  • Discover server and application network dependencies Discover server and application network dependencies Icon
    Discover server and application network dependencies Icon

    Discover and troubleshoot application dependencies to determine if it’s an application or network problem with SolarWinds Server & Application Monitor

    Server & Application Monitor helps you discover application dependencies to help identify relationships between application servers. Drill into those connections to view the associated network performance such as latency and packet loss, and application process resource utilization metrics such as CPU and memory usage. Determine if process utilization or network performance is affecting the application and end-user performance.
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    gitslave

    Coordinated multi-repository super-projects for Git

    Gitslave is a script for coordinated version control of large projects combining code from multiple independent repositories using Git. More flexible than traditional git submodules, gitslave provides a simple wrapper around command-line git that manages a directory tree with multiple subsidiary ("slave") git repositories in sub-directories of a "master" git repository. Any git command run from the "gits" wrapper will be performed in all the git repositories; for example gits checkout -b newbranch will create the new branch in all repositories. Gitslave has been used for mid-sized product development with many slave repositories (representing different programs and plugins), branches, tags, and developers; and for single-person repositories tracking groups of .emacs and .vim repositories (in the latter case, it is basically used to keep the slave repositories up to date via a single command).

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