Well, I decided to work on my Visual MASM for Microsoft’s Macro Assembler in my spare time. This will be a full featured IDE for assembly programmers. I published an IDE for assembly programming many years ago back in 2001 called VASM but I never finished it.
With Visual MASM you can create MS-DOS and Windows applications for 16-bit, 32-bit, and 64-bit Intel and AMD processors. Visual MASM looks & feels in many areas like the Delphi IDE or Visual Studio.
This will be an ongoing process and I will update it when I have time. Creating assembly programs for Windows is actually easier than MS-DOS applications since you no longer have to re-create the wheel(s) anymore because Windows has thousands of API’s available for you.
If you are interested in learning assembly programming and maybe find out why you would want to do that, run over over to my new website and check it out at http://www.visualmasm.com.