SoftIntegration Releases Graphical Library 1.0
DAVIS, Calif., December 5, 2001 -
SoftIntegration, Inc., the leader of
scripting technology for ubiquitous computing, today announced
the release of
Graphical Library 1.0.
SoftIntegration Graphical Library (SIGL) is for graphical applications where
the convenience of use, speed and performance matter.
SIGL meets the demand for
an easy-to-use cross platform graphical applications in C++.
With SIGL, you can design and deploy the graphical application running
across different platforms. SIGL contains
a plotting class with many member functions
for visualization. It simplifies the graphical plotting for C++
users. You can compile and link your code with the
Graphical Library in your desired C++ compiler. SIGL can save your company
from significant development and maintenance cost.
All functions in Graphical Library are supported in Ch. The same application
program can be either compiled in C++ or run from Ch directly without
SoftIntegration Graphical Library is available for Windows,
Solaris, Linux, and HP-UX. It starts at only $299
for a single-user license. Education discount is available.
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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trademark of Hewlett-Packard Co. Linux is a trademark of Linus Torvalds.