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Our desktop application development services provide you with an efficient, user-friendly, and customized desktop application that can run offline and independent of web-browser. Our desktop applications help businesses meet their respective requirements and provide a competitive advantage in the growing market. As different businesses have specific and unique requirements, our custom-developed desktop applications help businesses to fulfill these requirements and achieve success.
Businesses can experience faster and efficient business processes, better performance and total control through the use of latest Rich Desktop Applications (RDAs) and Rich Internet Desktop Applications (IRDAs). Our desktop applications ensure faster data access, easy content synchronization, and efficient offline operations. These desktop applications can seamlessly integrate with web technologies, OS platforms, and database etc providing better operational functioning.
The desktop applications from Vision Infotech provide you with a way to automate specific business process to improve performance, synchronize business process, and employee productivity. Our desktop applications are open for upgradation from time-to-time and provide efficient data security and protection against unauthorized access.
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is an implementation of Microsoft’s event-driven programming language, Visual Basic 6, and its associated integrated development environment (IDE).
Visual Basic for Applications enables building user-defined functions (UDFs), automating processes and accessing Windows API and other low-level functionality through dynamic-link libraries (DLLs). It supersedes and expands on the abilities of earlier application-specific macro programming languages such as Word’s WordBasic. It can be used to control many aspects of the host application, including manipulating user interface features, such as menus and toolbars, and working with custom user forms or dialog boxes.
As its name suggests, VBA is closely related to Visual Basic and uses the Visual Basic Runtime Library, but it can normally only run code within a host application rather than as a standalone program. It can, however, be used to control one application from another via OLE Automation. For example, it can be used to automatically create a Word report from Excel data, which are automatically collected by Excel from polled observation sensors. VBA has the ability to use (but not create) (ActiveX/COM) DLLs, and later versions add support for class modules.