Start-up company MicroInvention Ltd. is announcing launch of a brand new product - CrossGL SDK imaging library,
available for preview as a Technology Showcase Beta Applications.
Bratislava, Slovakia, EU
28 January 2009
MicroInvention Ltd., the start-up developer tools company is delighted to announce the
availability of Technology Showcase Beta Applications for its brand new product - CrossGL® SDK 1.00.
CrossGL® is shared source, cross-platform, immediate-mode, high-fidelity, Vector & Raster graphics imaging library.
Its central feature comprises of comprehensive, well documented and easy to use
API providing robust all-in-one solution to many underlying industry-proven technologies.
Its another aspect is portability. CrossGL runs seamlessly across different platforms such as
operating systems, programming languages and application frameworks, providing single
interface on all targets to achieve the same graphical output.
CrossGL produces in software high-quality anti-aliased 2D graphics with subpixel
accuracy (high-precision) covering the whole range of utilization domains such as business graphics, web graphics,
DTP, cartography, printing, user interface graphics, serverside rendering and many more.
CrossGL supports I18N and can be used for L10N. Implemented is a strong support for Unicode, but other encodings
can be used and implemented as well.
Available for immediate download are following Technology Showcase Beta Applications:
Full featured free Vector Graphics Editor.
CrossGL Surface Clock & Calculator
Ultimate free Surface Computing gadgets with full 360° UI.
MicroInvention is crossplatform software development tools company. Based in Bratislava,
Slovakia, EU, with mission to create and deliver world class tools such as programming libraries,
application frameworks, toolkits, APIs, SDKs, components, IDEs & various development utilities
and also consumer applications utilizing technologies it creates in the first place.
MicroInvention is start-up company founded in 2005 comming out of stealth mode in January 2009
with announcement of its initial product - CrossGL SDK.