|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||WinNT 4.x, Windows2000, WinXP|
|File size:||4.63 MB|
Publisher description for BrowserBob Light
This program takes the pain out of standalone applications in your own design. Create multimedia web applications, custom browsers, eBooks, eJournals, presentations, portals, via Drag&Drop. Integrate any web-technology (HTML, Flash, Scripts, Audio, Video, docs,¦). Get results within minutes even without programming skills. Take off into creating standalone Windows software (exe, setups) with ease. Royalty free distribution of your creations! Get started quickly with tips, F1 context help, Drag&Drop objects library and ready-made templates. Suitable even for beginners! Deliver Web applications efficiently by wrapping any media a browser can understand into a standalone program in your own design. BrowserBob lets you create special interfaces around any content. It™s so easy to use that even beginners achieve amazing results. The open architecture for use with Flash and HTML makes it an efficiency booster for web designers and developers. Features: interface, buttons, windows can be of any shape “ graphics based with transparencies. Your app can have any design you can imagine! Several web windows can be placed on one interface (for banners, tickers, any media). Position buttons anywhere - buttons are free- shaped and have 4 states (4 graphics). Create stylish menus. Integrate any files in a multi-directory structure. The parameter selection makes linking to your included files easy... Launch external applications via buttons. The ease of working with BrowserBob is what sets it apart: you simply drag and drop components, set parameters, add behaviors, and assign graphics, sounds, ¦ Test your app any time during creation. With few clicks you publish your app as a single exe file for easy web/email deployment or as fully branded setup. If it's not performing for you - you get your money back - unconditionally - guaranteed... Everyone can create windows applications now! Higher versions are programmable - there's nothing you can't create...