1990 - 1994: QBASIC & QuickBasic, and VB-DOS (Visual Basic for DOS)
1996 - 1998: Visual Basic 4.0 for Windows
1998 - 2004: Borland Delphi 3.0 - 6.0 , Borland Beta Tester
2003 - 2004: MIPS / Assembler
2004 - 2012: Visual Basic.NET, Java, Delphi, C#, and PHP
RAPID APPLICATION DESIGN / Prototyping
Fresh Software has contacts with other software developers to rapidly find solutions to code problems. Currently the main programmer is Drew Niese, who is a Management Information Systems major and a Computer Science minor at UW Eau Claire.
Visual Basic (Object Oriented BASIC): Fresh Software used to program in this interpretation of the BASIC programming language, but has since moved on to Delphi, a more advanced platform.
QuickBasic (compiled BASIC): QuickBasic is a more professional version of the "QBASIC" utility that shipped with MS-DOS. QuickBasic has enough power to handle system registers and devices, and is great for making DOS based console applications. Applications are as small as 22kb in size.
Turbo Pascal (compiled Pascal): More low level than QuickBasic, Turbo Pascal can compile applications that run faster and take miniscule amounts of disk space (3 kb or more)
VB-DOS (Visual BASIC for DOS platforms): VisualBasic for MS-DOS is a very little known, very unique development platform. It can create applications, around 100 KB in size, that behave exactly like Windows applications. If you need your application made for DOS, consider choosing VB-DOS to develop it, and give your users a familiar graphical user interface.
DOS Batch files: Quick and easy way to copy, delete, rename, execute and move files, among other functions, and great for making crude and bare-bone installations for DOS.
Still using MS-DOS? Fresh Software can make a develop a modern, visual application for this retro operating system.
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