Windows Full VersionMar 22, 2014

Free CodeFluent Entities Professional (100% discount)

Terms and Conditions
  • This is a 1-user 1-year license, for home and business use
  • You get free updates for one year
  • No free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed whenever you want, as long as you get your license and download the install before this offer is over
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help
Technical Details
  • Developed by SoftFluent
  • Version is v1.0.61214.764
  • Download size is 16.7 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit), .NET Framework 2.0 is required
  • VirusTotal scan results: 1/48

CodeFluent Entities is a model-first tool for continuous generation of all your application layers that preserves your custom code.

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  1. Slobbidy Juan

    Reply to this comment#26

    There are very many nasty entities in the efluent released from farmed salmon coops. Highly toxic to the surrounding ecosystem and its biota. (Salmon farm sounds so cheery, doesn’t it? Farmer Jarge going about his daily rounds, Billy the salmondog at his feet, green hills afar, blue waters lapping the pebbly shore.) Of course, the truth of salmon farming is nothing like that, not least the growth hormones and antibiotics used in abundance, and the whole looming threat of GM. I’ll leave you (plural) to do your own research. I didn’t realise that cod were also being farmed in this way, though I suppose it makes sense to those who view every aspect of the world around them as an exploitation opportunity to make a quick buck. I’m certain cod efluent entities are every bit as nasty as those of salmon.

  2. Bouaraba

    Reply to this comment#25

    merci infiniment pour cet arsenale informatique

  3. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#24

    [@pepe] Good suggestion but I don’t think I will be implementing the feature. Why? Because it is a lot of work for little to no gain. People will still continue to complain and it won’t be a feature used often because most of our members come directly to deal pages via our daily newsletter and thus would bypass any filter.

    We are one of the few websites that clearly provides information regarding our offers. For example, many websites don’t even bother to tell you one year, 6 months, etc. I think that is good enough for the average person. Others? Well, they will find something to always complain about, be it the license time, the install time, etc.

  4. pepe

    Reply to this comment#23

    [@Ashraf] Having been enjoying SOS’s offerings since it’s inception I’ve learned that the freebies offered here were either a “free-for-life” or a “time/function-limited” licenses. Maybe a usage of simple “sort by type” filter could save new/regular SOS-ers some time and ‘disappointment’ and browse only through giveaway deals of their interest (let’s just say some people can be picky even about offered for free items)? Even simple graphic marking could be of some help. The SOS’ sistersite HungryForApps uses both ideas and it helps a lot. Just a thought… and yeah, I know, there still will be those who won’t stop complaining… not appreciating how much hard work is being put on daily basis to thoroughly prepare important info for each program, let alone every other aspect of running this site.

  5. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#22

    [@TrustLater] I believe the program would stop working. If you want to use it for non-commercial use, hit up their website and download the non-commercial version which is free forever.

  6. TrustLater

    Reply to this comment#21

    [@Carl S.] I apologize. You were cited in my defense of SOS’s non-literal use of the word, “professional”. I thought my meaning was clear but, obviously, I thought wrong. :(

    IMO, your comment was fair and reasonable, in contrast to that of @bo. He criticized SOS for NOT being literal, whereas your comment demonstrated that being ONLY literal sometimes does not convey information clearly. “Literally”, Visual Studio only means “Visual Studio”. So, according to @bo’s comments, that is the ONLY description that should be used, despite the fact that it is not the clearest for real people, in the real world.

    Please accept my apologies.

    [@Ashraf] Yeah, I see now. [sheepish grin]
    So, what happens after one year? We are no longer licensed to use it commercially but does the software we download and install/register today simply stop working; does it revert to the Free-for-personal-use version; or go all Mission-Impossible on our computers and self-destruct?

    @Bo @Katt – My apologies for those parts of my comments regarding license-term that were in error… but ONLY for those parts. :p

  7. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#20

    @Everyone: Let’s all be friends.

  8. Carl S.

    Reply to this comment#19

    [@TrustLater] I’m not sure why you cited me. My comments were to the general population and not to anyone in specific. I was merely trying to clarify to others who might be wondering, that I tried it with Express and did not get it to work. If one reads it one way, one might read the requirements to include all versions of VS from 2008, including Express. I downloaded it, tried it, and found that my first interpretation to be incorrect. My post was doing two things, one to let others know of my experience, and two to allow someone to alert me if someone found that it indeed works with Express and I just missed it.

    My post was not intended to be critical of anyone at all. Rather, it was meant to be helpful to others and solicit help from others if I was incorrect in my own attempts. I continually praise and thank Ashraf for his work, and even did so in other comments on other software today.

  9. Gde

    Reply to this comment#18

    Uh Oh. The the non-coding, gimmie sumthin-for-nuttin folks aren’t going to like this giveaway. For those of you that understand what this is for, this is a SWEET DEAL. Thank you Ashraf! This is top quality software and a great find. I had never heard of it before, but I’ve been playing with it for a couple of hours now and if you develop in Visual Studio, this integrates well and can save you several steps. Will I pony up $400 next March when this expires? Hmmm. It’s really not an outrageous price for a good developer utility. I guess I’ll just have to see how much use I get out of it and if I find myself completely addicted to it by then. In the meantime, thanks SoftFluent and SoS.

  10. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#17

    [@TrustLater] Thank you for the support but this is indeed a one year license. The developer sells one year licenses at $399 and they wanted to offer that one year license of Pro as a giveaway. I, like others, don’t like time-limited giveaways myself. However, in this case, I don’t blame SoftFluent; they offer their full Ultimate version (which has all their features) 100% free for non-commercial/home use. Them asking people who want this for business use (i.e. to make money or assist in making money) to pay is a reasonable ask.

  11. TrustLater

    Reply to this comment#16

    I am an admirer of SOS, Ashraf and what he has accomplished here and elsewhere. However, that does not unduly influence the following:
    [@bo] [@Carl S.] Your comments, taken together, illustrate that people sometimes have exactly opposite expectations of how others *should* express themselves in order to be clear and not to be misleading. At least @Carl was not argumentative and rude, although it is clearly stated that you require Visual Studio and not Visual Studio Express. You see, @bo, he is wondering if a “standard” version would work as well as “professional”.

    @bo – Although the use of the word “professional” to distinguish this offer from the “personal” edition is reasonable, it is true that its use is not absolutely, technically, swear-on-a-stack-of-Bibles correct. But it is not careless, misleading or dishonest: “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” Besides, you can read and did so in order to repeatedly make snarky, accusatory statements. Why didn’t you also read in order to comment on the software itself? I’ll bet that, if you understand the software at all, you have no constructive comments to make on how well the software works, how it compares to any similar software nor anything else that would be useful to fellow site visitors. Do you?

    [@Katt] [@bo] Where does it say that this is for one-years’ use? There is one-year of free updates BUT the software is yours for LIFE. You accuse and even insult others for making “imprecise” statements and do so by making outrageously, intentional misstatements of your own. Didn’t EITHER of you read that you can even reinstall the software anytime, just as long as you get your license info during the giveaway?

    Some people ignore what is clearly and precisely written just so they can appear justified in pushing their personal agendas. They take the position of, “Facts be damned. This is what I want to say.”

    My coding skills run as far as AutoIt, AutoHotKey, tiny JAVA apps, scripts and batch files. I would be interested in reading comments real programmers’ opinions on this software. If it is useful in doing much of the boilerplate in a manner that reduces the chance of my making coding errors, then I am interested in using it as a learning aid… especially since I would not pay $400.00 for a tool that I would use only as a hobbyist.

    Thanks, SoftFluent and SOS, for a really generous offer.

  12. bo

    Reply to this comment#15

    [@gordon] you have to have Visual Studio installed before CodeFluent Entities. Re-install CodeFluent Entities then see

  13. Father Richard

    Reply to this comment#14

    First, I would like to thank Ashraf for all the many wonderful programs he makes available to me at no cost or unusually low cost. I use “unusual” as in available NOWHERE else. I also would like to thank bo for his valuable information and willingness to share that info with us. Please, bo, remember that Ashraf is also providing people with all kinds of service and advice in other forums. When he gets a great deal for us, we have to remember that some of it does not work for some (I have not been able to install some offerings several times). But that has been true of software that I bought in stores and on line. If we buy software, we still often don’t get what you are saying should have been given here and “it would have been nice if”. I would be miffed too and thank you, bo, for sharing your experience so I would not go through what you did, but not miffed at Ashraf. You show some of the valuable sharing nature he has shown us for years when you share your experience and knowledge with us. Please remember your talking to a fellow mentor when you post to him. Thanks again, to both of you, from those of us who need your experience and help.

  14. gordon

    Reply to this comment#13

    how do I use it I download it then after I found out I need visual studio I installed 2013 one but now how do I access it

  15. Carl S.

    Reply to this comment#12

    It wasn’t clear to me if the Visual Studio 2008 or higher requirement included Express versions. After installing, unless I’ve missed something, it does not include Express versions. If you see otherwise, please post how to find it.

  16. bo

    Reply to this comment#11

    [@Katt] I, too, have disdain for time-limited software. Probably more than somebody who runs a software website has for his visitors.

  17. bo

    Reply to this comment#10

    [@Andrea] The software is a code-writing tool. From the developer’s website:

    “CodeFluent Entities is a unique product integrated into Visual Studio 2008 SP1 / 2010 / 2012 / 2013 which allows developers to generate scripts (e.g. T-SQL, PL/SQL), code (e.g. C#, VB), web services (e.g. WCF, ASMX) and UIs (e.g. Windows 8, ASP.NET, SharePoint, WPF).

    “The code generation process is model-first and continuous: from your declarative model, a meta-model will be inferred which code generators will then translate into code. Over 20 code generators (a.k.a. “producers”) are provided “out of the box” and can be combined to create your own application following your desired architecture, using your desired technologies.”

    Don’t bother if you don’t have MS Visual Studio 2008 SP1 or better.

  18. bo

    Reply to this comment#9

    my failure to use the comments correctly notwithstanding

  19. bo

    Reply to this comment#8

    [@bo] I understand where you got the software from . Nevertheless I stand by my claim: the software downloaded is not that at the top of this page, no matter where it came from. Nowhere except on your page is the software referred to as a “professional” edition. The closest Softluent comes to that is “personal” edition, or “modeler” edition: both names are used by them to refer to the same product, but never “professional” edition. I am sure it isn’t intentional, but you are misleading your visitors. I know of one that feels misled!

    It would have been nice to know of the software requirements before I created an account with that company (and will now be getting spam from them,) downloaded and installed (and then uninstalled) the software. I am still looking forward to the extra minor aggravation of unsubscribing from their mailing list and hoping that they have the integrity to remove me from same in a timely fashion. How about a warning? Listing hardware and software requirements is standard fare for any kind of new computer stuff.

  20. bo

    Reply to this comment#7


  21. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#6

    [@Rob Down Under] Glad to hear you like it!

    [@Andrea] If you don’t understand what it is for, then the program isn’t for you so don’t worry about it :-)

    [@Katt] Oh, another person who apparently thinks they are owed everything for free. I don’t see why a company should give you their hundreds of dollars worth of software for free just so you can make money off it. They already provide their fully functional software free for non-commercial use; anyone that wants business use needs to purchase or, in this case, can use this giveaway offer for one year before purchasing.

    [@bo] I got the download from

  22. bo

    Reply to this comment#5

    The software that is downloaded is not the software featured. Featured software is CodeFluent Entities Professional. Downloaded software is CodeFluent Entities Modeler Edition, for which Microsoft Visual Studio ® 2008 SP1 or upper must be installed.

  23. Katt

    Reply to this comment#4

    Oh, a 12-month trial version.

  24. Andrea

    Reply to this comment#3

    Could pls somebody explain what this software is for?

  25. Rob Down Under

    Reply to this comment#2

    I hate VB.NET, however a VB6 forum that I am a member of has VB.NET users in the forum.
    I have pasted a link to this valuable offer.


  26. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#1

    And for those wondering, yes this is indeed actually normally priced at $399 per year.

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

  • This is a 1-user 1-year license, for home and business use
  • You get free updates for one year
  • No free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed whenever you want, as long as you get your license and download the install before this offer is over
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help

Technical Details

  • Developed by SoftFluent
  • Version is v1.0.61214.764
  • Download size is 16.7 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit), .NET Framework 2.0 is required
  • VirusTotal scan results: 1/48