"We see the benefits of HTML5 and wanted to bring its capabilities to UI engineers without making them outsource WebKit development, which takes months and strains budgets," said
To get a UI development tool and a WebKit-based application that renders HTML5 content, product teams traditionally must piece together a multiple-vendor solution, but with
Engineers who want the mobile capability, cross-browser support, and advanced APIs of HTML5 now can easily frame and control dynamic web content within their UI by using Storyboard Browser. Storyboard Browser allows teams to create a hybrid UI leveraging the native interfaces of Storyboard to gain a high-performance embedded UI along with the flexibility of integrated HTML5 content. In addition, Storyboard Browser provides a stable solution as a supported, maintained version of the open-source WebKit platform.
An Extension of the Proven Storyboard Suite Software Storyboard Suite, the turnkey UI development software, reduces the time, costs, and headaches that notoriously come hand-in-hand with UI development by letting designers and engineers work side-by-side. Teams can develop, prototype, and refine a UI until it's perfect for a customer - both in function and in design. With Storyboard Browser, teams can continue to have success with Storyboard Suite, extending the platform to create top-of-the-line applications for UIs faster and easier.
For more information on the Crank Storyboard Browser, visit http://www.cranksoftware.com/products/sb_browser.php
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