JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate 2017.2.1 | 515 Mb
Deep insight into your code. IntelliJ IDEA analyzes your code, looking for connections between symbols across all project files and languages. Using this information it provides indepth coding assistance, quick navigation, clever error analysis, and, of course, refactorings.
JetBrains CLion 2017.2.1 Build 172.3544.40 | 250 Mb
A power tool for A power language. Smart C and C++ editor. Thanks to native C and C++ support, including C++11 standard, libc++ and Boost, CLion knows your code through and through and takes care of the routine while you focus on the important things.
JetBrains RubyMine 2017.2.1 | 229 Mb
Boost your productivity for all types of Ruby projects and cutting-edge technologies with RubyMine, a powerful IDE with smart coding assistance and advanced testing and debugging features.
Advanced Installer Architect 14.2 Build 79896 | 105 Mb
Advanced Installer is a Windows Installer authoring tool which enables developers and system administrators to easily build reliable MSI packages. Advanced Installer is a useful tool for administrators and developers which allows them to create reliable MSI packages. Windows Installer is becoming the “de facto” software installation technology on Windows.
Turbo Studio 17.0.836.0 | 228 Mb
Run your applications with no installs, dependencies, or conflicts. Deploy in standalone EXEs. Embed runtime dependencies such as .NET, Java, AIR, and SQL CE directly into virtual applications. Launch on completely clean desktops. Turbo.net allows legacy applications such as Internet Explorer 6 to execute on Windows 7, 8, and 10 unblocking operating system rollouts and assuring business continuity. Deploy in standalone EXEs, traditional MSIs, on intranets with TurboServer, or on the web with Turbo.net.
ClickTeam Patch Maker 3.0 | 914 kB
The life of a software product is usually marked by the release of different versions. One version differs from the previous one by a small number of changes. Some sections of code in the executable files are different, new files may be added, some even deleted. What the author of the product usually does is provide a whole new version of the files either as a new reinstallable product or just the modified files, compressed into an installer. The above procedure is very wasteful though. For example, if a file of 1 megabyte has only had say 10 kilobytes altered inside it, then why create an update patch that requires the full 1 megabyte? It would be far more efficient if just the altered data was stored. This is the purpose of Patch Maker, as it saves a huge amount of bytes by storing just the differences between files and even compressing this data.