Quickly Build Professional Windows GUIs
Stingray® Studio provides tools for developing complex GUI applications that are easy to build, maintain, and evolve as new technologies improve the look and feel of user interfaces. The controls in Stingray Studio include many common items found in GUI applications: combo boxes, tool bars, frames, menus, tree controls, and much more. In addition to basic controls, Stingray Studio contains embeddable components that provide a starting point for your application, similar to popular Microsoft applications such as Excel®, Visio®, Chart®, Visual Studio® and Access®. These components give you a solid base which can be easily extended and customized.
"By using Stingray Graphical User Interface components, USC developers brought RightDose to market faster, while using significantly less development resources than initially planned . . .The cost and time investment of maintaining the user interface of the RightDose application . . . has been minimal."
Dr. Roger W. Jelliffe, PhD, Founder and Co-Director, Laboratory of Applied Pharmacokinetics
Comprehensive GUI Development Solutions
Rogue Wave solidifies its leadership in Enterprise C++ with Stingray. The Stingray product line was built by GUI application development experts to provide a broad set of flexible, comprehensive components. These components handle the details of GUI functionality and allow developers to focus on end-user requirements and the business logic of an application.
Advanced Look and Feel
Stingray components provide rich interfaces that can be used to mimic the look and feel of Microsoft applications such as Excel, Chart, Visio, Visual Studio and Outlook®. Stingray's MFC extension libraries work with other technologies, like ActiveX® and the Microsoft .NET® framework, in both 32-bit and 64-bit environments.
Stingray's highly reusable user interface components provide advanced functionality that integrates with existing code. It increases developer productivity and accelerates time-to-market resulting in a reduction of costs, schedule risk, and reliability issues.