Stingray Studio Components

All Stingray Studio components are available as an application demonstration. Select and download your component demo from the list below.

Objective Chart

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Objective Chart is a complete library of Microsoft foundation classes (MFC) extension classes that you can use to add efficient and complex charting capabilities to Windows applications.

Objective Chart supports a large variety of chart types and style settings that define the appearance of the chart elements. Through its class-based architecture, you can easily extend and enhance these basic capabilities by using the chart extension system.


Objective Grid (Objective Grid for .NET also available)

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Objective Grid is a full-featured grid control built completely from object-oriented technology. It can be extended quickly and easily, and it provides support for embedding grid objects virtually anywhere that a window can be embedded. It includes a comprehensive set of controls to embed in cells and provides the ability to add your own. Objective Grid classes also provide ODBC or ADO database connectivity.


Objective Edit

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Objective Edit provides a complete source code syntax highlighting class library that you can integrate into applications in a matter of hours.


Objective Toolkit

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Objective Toolkit is a set of MFC extension classes that enhance your current Visual C++/MFC programs. Objective Toolkit provides support for a variety of graphical user interface controls, views, and utilities. You can extend its object-oriented classes quickly and easily.

The Objective Toolkit classes work seamlessly with the MFC classes and, in many cases, inherit from existing classes such as CView or CWnd.


Objective Views

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Objective Views is a comprehensive set of Microsoft foundation classes (MFC) C++ classes for creating symbols that you can manipulate on a diagram. Objective Views provides a drawing surface abstraction, also known as the canvas, onto which you can draw and manipulate symbols and graphics. Objects on the canvas encapsulate graphical elements that the user or application can move, scale, rotate, connect, or animate.

In addition to extending the functionality of MFC, Objective Views also acts as a layer of abstraction for the Windows GDI. This layer shields you from low-level GDI details so you can concentrate on creating an application design. Because the Objective Views classes extend MFC, you can seamlessly integrate an existing application into Objective Views. However, this does not prevent you from customizing the behavior of any of the Objective Views classes.