Rogue Wave announces Stingray Studio 11.0 release
14 Dec 2011 Boulder -
Rogue Wave Software, a large independent provider of cross-platform software development tools and embedded components for the next generation of HPC/High Performance Computing applications, has released Stingray Studio 11.0. Rogue Wave's Stingray Studio delivers integrated and reusable GUI components with a familiar Microsoft look-and-feel that are designed to handle the low-level details of user-interface application development. The easy-to-use components and controls shorten development time and make it easier to maintain and evolve complex GUI applications.
Stingray Studio 11.0 includes the following enhancements and features:
- Theme customization capability provided with a new theme editor
- Ribbon bar addition of a Most Recently Used panel which collects recently used functions
- Availability of Objective Grid for Microsoft .NET for Visual Studio 2005, 2008, and 2010
- Increased flexibility of sorting options in Objective Grid, including a natural sort algorithm
Stingray Studio provides rich GUI components and controls which extend and simplify the MFC and MFC Feature Pack libraries. The functionality it provides ranges from customizable Grid, Chart, Views and Edit components to a Toolkit for customizable frames, drawing canvases, controls, tool bars, ribbon bars, theming, and much more.