Reduces Software Development and Reconfiguration and Costs and Speeds Time-to-Market

Many existing backend systems, databases and software applications are written in C++. CODE:NEO, reduces the complexity of programming C++ software applications for the web. CODE:NEO achieves this by seamlessly merging C++ with HTML, minimizing complex conversion processes for porting software applications to the web. Now, businesses can reduce software development costs by using existing C++ programmers to convert, rather than rewrite existing programs, eliminating the need for hiring specialized programmers. Businesses benefit from substantial savings for developing an integrated web presence by reusing existing code, reducing integration costs and increasing the source code longevity. Businesses also reap the rewards of a faster time-to-market. In addition, they can tap the huge, readily available base software written in C++ to easily develop new Internet applications without requiring staff to learn new programming languages for web development.

C/C++ developers make up the largest pool of programmers available. C++ is a standard college courses for computer science majors and is recognized as the most common programming language used today. CODE:NEO allows using these existing programmers for web development through CODE:NEO’s ability to combine the power of the C++ programming language within HTML.

Software development costs are greatly reduced when companies with CODE:NEO reuse existing code instead of redeveloping. This reused code can come in the form of software already written by the business, or from the thousands of existing libraries already available to the C++ programming language. CODE:NEO can reduce integration costs by allowing software applications already written in C++ to be used directly for web development. Other solutions such as Microsoft .NET, Java or ColdFusion require development budget be spent on both recreation of the user interface and development budget for encapsulation or redevelopment of existing systems. CODE:NEO reduces those development budgets by large margins.

The value and longevity of code written for CODE:NEO is much greater than competing technologies because it based on the ISO/ANSI standardized language C++. Other technologies are proprietary and often obsolesced and ultimately unsupported such as Microsoft is doing today. Microsoft’s .NET is resulting in large redevelopment budgets as companies struggle to keep up with the latest change at Redmond. Alternatively developers can choose because of CODE:NEO developing in the C++ programming language which is standardized and supported by many companies and organizations such as Sun Microsystems, Borland, KAI, GNU and others.

Because existing backend software applications are not directly compatible with new web application languages, it typically takes a great deal of time and money to rewrite these applications for the Internet. CODE:NEO reduces the costs for bringing applications to the web because its foundation is in C++.