Avanquest Introduced Recommendations on ALB, CAR, and CLASS Types of Software
(PRWEB) March 09, 2013
File extension ALB, CAR, and CLASS share the commonality of being a developer file type. Considering the role of developer files in creating software applications and other types of programs which are used with various devices and in the online environment, Avanquest recently published the recommendations on the main types of software to open ALB, CAR, and CLASS files.
File extension ALB is a developer file which is used with the Alpha Five developer application. The file is used to create programs and applications and contains settings and user preferences, various functions which can be defined by the user, scripts, definitions, and other elements which can be used again in other software applications created with the Alpha Five program.
File extension CAR is a Component Application Resource developer file which is used to create applications using the Brew MP SDK developer program. Applications which are created with Brew MP SDK are designed for use with the Brew Mobile Platform, Visual Studio by Microsoft, various Adobe development applications, and more.
File extension CLASS is defined as a Java class file and is a developer file type which is created using a Java compiler. The file contains codes which assist with launching Java applications using the Java Virtual Machine. CLASS files can also be created spontaneously and automatically as developers are creating codes for Java-based applications.
File Extension ALB, CAR, and CLASS Software
If developer files are created in plain text format, in most cases the file contents can be viewed using any text editing program such as Notepad or WordPad for Windows, Apple TextEdit for Mac, or gEdit and Nano Editor for the Linux operating system. Other types of software applications that will open file extension CAR, ALB, and CLASS are recommended below.
Alpha Five v11: Alpha Five version 11 is an application that provides software developers with a set of tools for generating codes and scripts, integrating design work with development tasks, and deploying applications to various servers. Access to the Alpha Five platform is available as a 30-day unpaid trial on the Alpha Software website followed by a subscription-based pricing plan. Alpha Five can be used to open file extension ALB.
Brew MP SDK: Qualcomm Brew MP SDK will open file extension CAR and is an application which provides developers with professional tools for creating apps across multiple platforms and building runtime components for the Brew Mobile Platform. Access to Brew MP MDK Toolset can be obtained by logging onto the Brew MP website and creating an account. Brew MP MDK is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and the Linux operating system.
JRE: The Oracle Java Runtime Environment (JRE) can be used to open file extension CLASS and is designed for using CLASS files with interactive applications such as online games, video, chat applications, viewing three dimensional images, and more. JRE can be obtained as an unpaid download on the Java website and is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and the Linux operating system.
Eclipse IDE: File extension CLASS can be opened using Eclipse IDE which is a program used by Java developers to create Java applications. Eclipse IDE is produced by the Eclipse Foundation and is available on the Eclipse.org website. Eclipse IDE is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and the Linux operating system.
Class Editor: CE Java Class File Editor is an open source developer application which will open file extension CLASS binaries. The Class Editor tools allow developers to view the contents of CLASS files and make any necessary modifications to the file before it is saved back into its native format. Class Editor is available on the SourceForge website and is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and the Linux operating system.
JD-GUI: File extension CLASS can be opened using JD-GUI which is an open source graphical utility that provides developers with tools for viewing CLASS file source code. JD-GUI can be used as a standalone application and is available on the Java Decompiler website. JD-GUI is designed for use with Windows, Mac OS X, or the Linux operating system.
These are a few of the software applications to open ALB, CAR, and CLASS files. There are a number of other developer applications recommended by Avanquest in the file extension database which can be used to work with these files in a commercial or non-commercial environment.
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