July 15, 2011 in OS X Development (E)
[prMac.com] Raleigh, North Carolina - Pariahware, Inc, consulting firm and shareware developer, is pleased to announce today it is shipping Elastic Window v2.0, a popular GUI resizing tool for Real Studio developers which allows controls and fonts to be resized proportionally with the window at runtime.
"With version 2.0, we are happy to announce lower pricing, new features including the Elastic Canvas Control, as well as Label support" stated Christian Miller, president of Pariahware, Inc. "With these improvements, as well as the other exciting new features, Elastic Window is more useful than ever before."
New in v2.0:
* Added support for Label control
* Added a new Elastic Canvas control
* The ability to Ignore controls
* Find out which controls are being ignored
* Speed improvements
Using Elastic Window, developers can design windows with a particular look in mind and ensure that look will be maintained no matter what size the user makes the window. There are a number of reasons why Elastic Window should be used:
* Making your application more user-friendly for the visually impaired or for those whose eyesight is weakening with age
* Full-screen kiosk applications
* The window must maintain the same aspect ratio no matter the size
* Avoid having to manually adjust controls
Pricing and Availability:
Pariahware's Elastic Window uses a royalty-free, per-seat, licensing mechanism for the base product. This means that each developer using the Elastic Window in the Real Sudio IDE needs to have a license. There is no fee for applications developed with Elastic Window. The list price for Elastic Window is $100.00 (USD). A source code option is also available for $150.00.
Pariahware, Inc. provides consulting services for those wishing to have cross-platform software developed for iPhone OS, Macintosh, Windows and Linux. Pariahware, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is based in Raleigh, NC. Copyright 2001-2011 Pariahware, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, iPad, iTunes, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.