Absolute Split


License: Free to try
Downloads: 0
Op. System: Windows 2003/XP/2000/98
Last updated: 2011-06-28
File size: 649 KB
Publisher: Pi-Sys Labs
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Publisher description for Absolute Split

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The components in Absolute Split enable effective SDI development with a minimum of coding, and will save you hours of valuable time you Now spend designing and coding resizable panels, splitters, Outlook Bars, nested ToolBars, and other high-end user Interfaces. The functionality in Absolute Split is grouped into three primary components which are designed to work together. First, the Splitter component provides every tool you need for creating resizable panels or controls in a wide variety of contemporary and custom styles. The Splitter is a host container which supports native Outlook Bar functionality and offers extended UI styles for complex interfaces like nested toolbars. Splitter supports flat and standard styles and has native support for XP Themes. Splitter provides multiple alignment and orientation modes. Splitters may be nested, and there is built-in support for exploiting the capabilities of recursively nested interfaces. The Context component is designed to work with the Stream component to give you a very easy to use way to save and restore all the complex state of your user interface. If you're an ActiveX developer, the advanced serialization capabilities of Stream and Context will really save you time, and if you are a .NET developer, we think you will find our solution a very useful higher level of Abstraction of .NET's serialization facilities. Basic Features: Enhances a user interface quality and adjusts it to Modern UI standards requirements; Essentially decreases a time on front-end programming; Provides developers with conceptually evident idea instead of non-creative work with manually created layouts' programming; Provides team leaders with tool, which help to manage the program's elements distributed over the programmers team for development. This is becoming possible with effective support of external forms hosting within one or several master forms.

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