Synopsis is a Windows application prototyping software that uses graphical icons to connect software components. With the ability to reuse DLLs and SQL databases, it efficiently builds .EXEs. It is compatible with Windows 98 / 2000 / 2003 / XP.
One of the key features of Synopsis is its graphical icon representation of software components. This makes it easy to connect different components to create a customized program that meets your specific needs. There are also pre-built base components that cover a range of different application areas, such as user interface, multimedia, and file I/O.
In addition to the built-in components, Synopsis also allows you to connect to your own DLLs and SQL databases. This means you can reuse existing software tools and build on top of what you already have.
Perhaps one of the most compelling reasons to use Synopsis is its real-time programming capabilities. This means you can make changes to your program while it's running, giving you instant feedback without having to leave the development environment. You can also control external Windows applications using macro commands and communicate with external devices through serial port interfaces.
Other benefits of using Synopsis include a complete visual methodology for assembling software applications and prototypes, ease of use that translates into shorter learning ramp-up times, and the ability to make changes easily without having to rebuild low-level software components. Finally, Synopsis runs on Windows 98/2000/2003/XP/Vista, making it accessible to a wide range of users.
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