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Vector Code

Generates executable native code from your drawings and designs

Vector code allows you to generate executable code from your drawings and designs. It uses scalable vector graphic (svg) format as input that is the standard of all vector drawing applications.

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Designer

Sketch, draw, paint using built in open source editor It is a must have for your design toolbox whether you are developing for one platform or many platforms

  • Pencil, line, rectangle, ellipse, bezier, path, text, zoom, free hand draw, solid paint.
  • Transparency support. Group, ungroup, duplicate.
  • Shape library with nearly 100 shapes grouped in categories

Using the editor you can sketch for desired resolution for your target platform. And use the generated code for your apps.

Code

Vector code generates objective c and c# code for osx and iOS with lowest possible drawing api for high performance (Core Graphics C API) as output.

Build your own custom controls easily, generate pdf, image, or printer documents

Uniform coordinate system for all platforms. You can use generated code for all device-specific information needed to render the paint on a page to the destination, whether the destination is a window in an application, a bitmap image, a PDF document, or a printer.

You can use generated code in your apps without any external dependencies as the code is only using Core Graphics Api.

Portable

File format for the designs are in SVG, Scalable Vector Graphics format which is the standard for all vector drawing tools

Bring designs from existing editors that you use or from internet in svg Our svg parser is 80% complete, we are working on improving it, some advanced features of svg are missing at the moment, like masking, gradient

It allows you to use a single design to generate native code of the platform You can use in app designer or use existing designs to load the file and generate the code

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