SoftIntegration Announces Availability of Ch-OpenGL 1.0 Toolkit
DAVIS, Calif., November 12, 2001 -
SoftIntegration, Inc., the leader of
scripting technology for ubiquitous computing, today announced the
Ch OpenGL 1.0 toolkit.
This toolkit adds graphics and animation capabilities to
Ch® --- a cross-platform C virtual machine with classes.
The Ch OpenGL toolkit is Ch binding to OpenGL, which is
the premier environment for developing portable 2D and 3D graphics applications.
It is the industry's most widely used and supported 2D and 3D graphics appl
ication programming interface (C API). OpenGL is an open, vendor-neutral,
multiplatform graphics standard. Because Ch is a superset of C virtual machine, Ch
OpenGL is more powerful than other scripting language bindings to OpenGL.
Original OpenGL programs can run across different platforms in Ch without tedious
With Ch OpenGL toolkit, one can develop Ch applications with graphics and
animation using the industry standard API
in one platform and distribute them to run in multiple platforms. It is
ideal for rapid prototyping and scripting such as Web-based applications.
Below is the animation from a sample Ch OpenGL program running
across different platforms.
Ch OpenGL toolkit version 1.0 beta runs in Windows and Solaris,
with other platforms to follow soon.
About SoftIntegration, Inc.
SoftIntegration, Inc., founded in 1999, is the leader of scripting
technology for ubiquitous computing. SoftIntegration provides
infrastructure software and services for rapid application
development and deployment, and Web-based software integration.
Its flagship product -- Ch® delivers a powerful
C compatible cross-platform scripting language environment.
It is the solution for Web programmers, software developers,
C/C++ users, engineers and scientists, system administrators,
real-time programmers, quality analysts, and instructors
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Ch and SoftIntegration are registered trademarks of SoftIntegration, Inc.
Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Solaris is a trademark
of Sun Microsystems, Inc. OpenGL is a trademark of SGI, Inc.