Everybody attending one of our conference sessions about object-oriented programming (OOP) in LotusScript, knows that we recommend one tool for this kind of development work: the Noteshound Class Navigator.
It works differently than Craig Schumann's (Teamstudio) Script Browser: it operates only on the currently open design element - most times a script library - but it works very fast and supports object-oriented programming very efficiently.
One disadvantage of the Class Navigators was that it was sold only in a package named Noteshound with 12 other great tools. This toolkit is sold for $495 per developer or $1995 per company and is worth every buck, but sometimes this was too much money for some.
Now the Noteshound Class Navigator is available as a separate product for as little as $49,95 - including free upgrades forever!
Noteshound has published a preview and a link to an YouTube video on their site.
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