We are the inventors of only possible comprehensive server side GUI library (e.g. may be implement in Java/C# for Java/C# developers) for helping application developer (e.g. Java/C# programmers) to build graphics intensive 2D/3D complex data drive RIA (Rich Internet Applications). We will be creating a comprehensive Java GUI library and provide all the necessary support and services for Java application developers for building data driven 2D/3D graphics intensive RIA (Rich Internet Applications).
Visualization is one of the major pain-points for deploying large GUI application over Internet. For example, Hadoop framework and related API/Tools are addressing one of the main pain-points for BigData applications, while another important big pain-point for BigData applications is visualization for tasks such as analytics, discovery and navigation. Likewise, visualization is one of the big pain-points for many other application (driven by application logic and data), which must be deployed over web such as ‘Internet of Things’, ‘Industrial Internet’ or for building traditional client-server type GUI application for cloud.
We are laying foundation for software revolution. To achieve our ambitious mission stated in the web-page “Who and What We Are”, being a small company, we are making one step at a time. The first step is to provide a Java GUI library and support services for help Java application developers in building large/complex data driven GUI applications. This first step naturally and logically leads to next important step (hopefully sooner than later):
Our GUI library is also capable of creating real-software-components essential for achieving hierarchies of replaceable components, for example, by assembling real-software-components as replaceable subcomponents for building larger and larger replaceable components (hence resulting in the hierarchies of replaceable components). Today no other existing GUI library (e.g. Java/Swing or Windows/VC++) is capable of building such large real software components (also referred to as replaceable components) essential for achieving such hierarchies of replaceable subcomponents/components.