Since its first release in 2004 and initial testing on the 101 Visual Basic.Net and C# Code Samples from Microsoft, VBConversions has adopted a “test-first” approach. VB.Net has no rigorous formal definition and new surprises await at every turn, made more complex by new releases of Visual Studio and the .Net Framework. This necessitates a pragmatic massive testing strategy, and VBConversions has amassed a test bed of over 15,000 projects to that end, and the numbers grow with every release.
How Are These Conversions So Accurate?
VBConversions’ superior accuracy is no accident. Its architecture used wasn’t chosen for its ease of initial building, but for maximum accuracy at any cost. Code is hand written in .Net languages and your VB.Net code is first understood, then translated. The final use of the Microsoft C# compiler to validate accuracy and fix remaining errors in the conversion is unique to VBConversions and demonstratively responsible for a significant accuracy advantage over other converters.