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Is Clarion a reliable and easy to learn product?

Is Clarion a reliable and easy to learn product?

Is Clarion a reliable and easy to learn product?

I am searching for a software development tool that is easy to use and reliable.
I would like to hear how people feel about the Clarion product.

RE: Is Clarion a reliable and easy to learn product?

Clarion is a RAD (Rapid Application Development) tool and has proven itself to deliver the goods. Like any other product, it has its pros and cons but the strength of Clarion is its approach to Application design and Source Generation. I personally have been using Clarion since it's DOS days i.e. since 1989 and have not felt the need to move to a different development environment so far. Also with Clarion 6 expected to go Gold in a few weeks with a lot of new features, I guess Clarion should prove to be a better option than VB or PB.

Why don't you check the company's site www.softvelocity.com and decide for yourself?

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