Qutie simply I don't build .net programs now.
I have built a program in excel and I am interested in the speed and security of .net.
Someone suggested to rewrite the program in access then convert it to excel.
I tried access but it was taking too long to learn everything.
I then came across this site and it seemed to be a link between excel and .net.
I looked at the aspose website for about two days but couldn't work out quite what the aspose.excel product did, so I took the plunge and I am now taking it step by step. I am still not sure what will happen but I want to find out.
Doesn't visualstudio.net cost $1,000 dollars or something?
If this is the case is there a cheaper alternative, just to see what aspose.excel will do with the excel workbook/s.
Was aspose.excel built to be used by .net programmers?
Can one convert an excel workbook into a standalone .net program that can be run on someone elses desktop.
Is it easier to use your Java product or the .net product.
What are your thoughts on the above?
Is the microsft.net framework any use?
Is this any good?