EZNamespaceExtensionsMFC Brings Rapid Development of Windows Shell, Active Directory and IE Extensions to MFC, ATL and C++

LogicNP Software is pleased to announce the release of EZNamespaceExtensionsMFC which provides Windows Explorer integration to document management or similar software using namespace extensions developed with EZNamespaceExtensionsMFC.

Pune, India, October 30, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Document management software, content management software, asset management software, virtual drives, database browsers and front-ends and protocol handlers are just some of the kind of software that can make use of EZNamespaceExtensionsMFC.

With its Visual Studio integrated project wizards, EZNamespaceExtensionsMFC makes it a breeze to develop a full-blown namespace extension from scratch. Its powerful but easy to use API supports advanced features such as automatic sub-folder navigation, context-menus, background context-menus drag-drop, cut-copy-paste, details (report) view, thumbnail view, info tips, icons, overlay icons, and lots more. Namespace extension development is notorious for its difficulty, subtleties and for the sheer amount of work and time that is required. With EZNamespaceExtensionsMFC, a development team can concentrate on writing the functionality of the namespace extension and not worry about the hundred things that are necessary to integrate the namespace extension seamlessly into Windows Explorer and File Open/Save Dialogs.

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EZNamespaceExtensionsMFC supports all kinds of Windows Explorer features and functionality

*Seamless integration in Windows Explorer and File Open/Save Dialogs of all applications.
*Supports all kinds of namespace extensions : namespace extensions can be located under the Desktop, My Computer, Control Panel, Network neighborhood, a remote computer or even a file-system folder
*Namespace extensions look, feel and function exactly as native Windows Explorer folders
*Folder and non-folder items
*Multi-level Sub-folders
*Automatic sub-folder navigation
*Context menus/ background context menus
*Custom views for folders in the namespace extension
*Ability to integrate menu items to the main Windows Explorer frame menu and add toolbar buttons to the Windows Explorer toolbar
*Details/Report view support with multiple columns
*Thumbnail View support
*Group view/category support
*Tile View support
*Full drag-drop support from/to/within the namespace extension, including the ability to present items in the namespace extension as files and folders
*Cut-Copy-Paste functionality
*Icons support
*Overlay icons support
*Automatic renaming functionality for items
*Property sheet support
*Infotip support

LogicNP Software
Himangi Godbole