Nevron Open Vision
Nevron Open Vision Description:
Nevron Open Vision is a Cross-Platform Presentation Layer based on .NET. It aims to provide a consistent, modern and powerful set of widgets and heavy components, to help you streamline the creation of advanced and portable applications and user interfaces. It aims to run on all major Operating Systems and integrate with already existing .NET-based presentation layers.
Nevron Open Vision is inspired by Open Standards related to Graphics, Text Processing, Document Organization, Styling, User Interfaces and other. This ensures the long life-cycle of the applications and user interfaces that are built with it.
NOV implements many W3C specifications, including Document Object Model (DOM), Cascade Style Sheets (CSS) and other. In fact the NOV presentation layer includes one of the few GUI toolkits, which are styled with CSS.
NOV integrates with already existing presentation layers, thus allowing the gradual porting of existing presentation layer code. It is now never too late to make your Presentation Layer portable.
NOV implements a complete and feature-rich set of cross-platform User Interface elements (widgets) that aims to completely eliminate the need to use any platform specific controls, that would ultimately bind your Presentation Layer to a specific platform/runtime, look-and-feel and API. Nevron Open Vision also includes a set of advanced controls to streamline your LOB application development and provide Enterprise quality to your projects.
Included UI components and controls:
- NOV UI Widgets for .NET
- NOV Grid for .NET
- NOV Rich Text Editor for .NET
- NOV Chart for .NET
- NOV Schedule for .NET
- NOV Diagram for .NET
- NOV Barcode for .NET
- NOV Gauge for .NET
System Requirements: .NET Framework
Operating System Support: Win2000, WinXP, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 10, WinServer, WinOther, WinVista, WinVista x64
Tags: nov, nevron open vision, crossplatform presentation layer, net application framework, crossplatform gui toolkit, developer ui tools, net user interface controls, winforms