- Development Tools
- dBASE PLUS
Develop and modify applications and database responding to standard and touch-based controls in the integrated environment. It features interactive database administration tools, object-oriented programming algorithms, and improved web support with dmOutput™, dmC.R.U.D.™, and dmWEB™.
Our software library provides a free download of dBASE PLUS 12.3. The most frequent installer filenames for the software are: PLUS.exe, Uninst_dBASEPlus10.exe, Uninst_dBASEPLUS12.exe, Uninst_dBASEPlus8.exe and Uninst_dBASEPlus9.exe etc. This program was originally produced by dBase, LLC.
The most popular versions of the tool are 12.3, 10.3 and 10.2. The latest installation package occupies 316.4 MB on disk. This PC program deal with the following extensions: ".mno", ".cro" and ".dtf". The program belongs to Development Tools. Our built-in antivirus checked this download and rated it as 100% safe. This PC program was developed to work on Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or Windows 11 and is compatible with 32-bit systems.
From the developer:
dBASE PLUS is a rapid application development environment for web, desktop, IIS or Apache, middleware, as well as server-based apps. It comes ready with support for most modern database engines. in addition, other database formats can be accessed via ODBC.
You may want to check out more software, such as FTP Client Engine for Visual dBase, Spinnaker Dbase Tools or DBF Recovery, which might be related to dBASE PLUS.
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I had the impression that dBase III Plus would be something of the past since it worked on MSDOS. I learned and loved to program on dBase III Plus and I have achieved to write some programs that I could not expect in the early 1990's. It was the best out there compare to other programming languages.
I have been waiting for long for a new version to run on Windows 10. I am retired since 2016, and I am grateful to find a new version is now on the market with loads of new possibilities and I am looking forward to learn about these.
I thought dBASE was dead at 5.0. I was taught to program on dBASE III/IV and loved it. In the 90's it was the best out there. I have been looking for a version to run on Windows 7-10. I have since retired, but would like to play around with it and see what I can find to learn the new version.
Ray, Me too I programed a whole set of offices to use it.