Visualization of data with tools:
Portable, high-performance C++ graphical user interface (GUI) components, for Windows, Unix and Linux
Cross-platform graphical user interface (GUI) C++ components for mission-critical applications. Quickly create powerful GUIs targeting a large variety of platforms, including Windows, Unix and Linux. Views dramatically reduces user interface development time and risk through dedicated components and tools.
Portable, high-performance C++ chart components, for Windows, Unix and Linux
Quickly and easily add a wide variety of chart displays to Views-based user interfaces.
Views Graph Layout
High-performance algorithms to automatically organize complex diagram views
Intelligently rearrange diagram displays for better readability with these purpose-built algorithms. Ensure your users can understand the data in your network topology displays, workflows, organization charts, and other diagrams. Organize the data. Show the relationships. Reveal the patterns.
Create sophisticated high-performance map displays
Map display components for mission-critical applications, ideal for real-time tracking and monitoring applications. C++ developers can add high-performance custom map displays to Views user interfaces.
Views Data Access
Out-of-the-box data connectivity for Views user interface controls
Enhance underlying Views controls, connecting them to data sources for bi-directional data updates. Objects on the map overlay layers components to database, XML, and other data sources. Remove the need to write difficult connectivity code, and get your code completed faster.
Portable C++ database components, for Windows, Unix and Linux
“Develop once, port anywhere” database connectivity for Views C++ applications. C++ developers have database access code that is portable across platforms and databases. Saves tedious coding without sacrificing performance with easy to learn and apply components.
Highly scalable modeling framework
Represent the elements and topology of a supervised system as shared in-memory services with Rogue Wave Server. Modeling abstractions match those offered by object-oriented design notation like UML, and Server bridges the gap between business model design and implementation. Because objects stored in the Server-based mediation server are active, all business events, such as object modifications and structural changes, are registered and buffered for forwarding to subscribing clients.