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QtitanDocking for Qt.C++

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FireDataGrid - DB-Aware grid component for Delphi XE Firemoney

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QtitanDataGrid for Linux (source code) QtitanDataGrid for Linux (source code) Developed by Developer Machines

&nbsp;&nbsp;The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight, 
to applications designed using Qt framework. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> integrates with the Qt Designer form designer, 
simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> is just what programmers need to 
create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.
<br><br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;The heart of the <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library is a class container inherited from the QWidget class. This class container is 
capable of displaying Netscape-compatible plug-ins that support the NPAPI architecture. The container supports 
both plug-ins that require a separate operating system window and plug-ins that are displayed in the Qt window. 
This allows combining content drawn by Qt with content drawn by plug-ins. The container interacts with the Qt Script 
Engine, allowing the plug-in to make proper use of JavaScript and programmers to take advantage of all plug-in 
properties, including those that require JavaScript. Interaction between <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> and applications is done through 
the signal/slot mechanism, the fundamental mechanism for connecting objects in Qt.<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;The library's functionality is expanded by classes which make the properties and methods of specific NPAPI plug-ins 
accessible. One example is the class Qtitan::AdobeFlash, which has the properties Transparent and Loop, implemented 
by the Adobe Flash plug-in. The class acts like an end component and can be used by the programmer for integration 
with applications in Adobe Flash. Besides Adobe Flash, the current version of the library supports work with 
Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Reader in a similar manner.<br><br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library components can be added during design-time mode or directly during runtime mode. In the first case, 
design is done through Qt Designer, with the help of which most of the properties of the integrated components are 
displayed and configured.  During runtime, components are created and placed on a form like any other object whose classes have been inherited from QWidget. 
Additionally, the library does not require an embedded browser such as WebKit or Internet Explorer, since the library 
is itself a mini-browser for the plug-in. The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library includes all of the necessary mechanisms for launching 
plug-ins created using the Netscape Plug-in API, which allows substantial savings in application resources.
To have a look at the library's benefits, a demonstration version can be downloaded from our server 
(in the downloads section) using the link given below <a >Qtitan Multimedia download</a>. 
The library can be purchased at the same address, either with or without the source code.

&nbsp;&nbsp;The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight, 

to applications designed using Qt framework. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> integrates with the Qt Designer form designer, 

simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> is just what programmers need to 

create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.

<br><br>

&nbsp;&nbsp;The heart of the <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library is a class container inherited from the QWidget class. This class container is 

capable of displaying Netscape-compatible plug-ins that support the NPAPI architecture. The container supports 

both plug-ins that require a separate operating system window and plug-ins that are displayed in the Qt window. 

This allows combining content drawn by Qt with content drawn by plug-ins. The container interacts with the Qt Script 

Engine, allowing the plug-in to make proper use of JavaScript and programmers to take advantage of all plug-in 

properties, including those that require JavaScript. Interaction between <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> and applications is done through 

the signal/slot mechanism, the fundamental mechanism for connecting objects in Qt.<br>

 

&nbsp;&nbsp;The library's functionality is expanded by classes which make the properties and methods of specific NPAPI plug-ins 

accessible. One example is the class Qtitan::AdobeFlash, which has the properties Transparent and Loop, implemented 

by the Adobe Flash plug-in. The class acts like an end component and can be used by the programmer for integration 

with applications in Adobe Flash. Besides Adobe Flash, the current version of the library supports work with 

Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Reader in a similar manner.<br><br>

&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library components can be added during design-time mode or directly during runtime mode. In the first case, 

design is done through Qt Designer, with the help of which most of the properties of the integrated components are 

displayed and configured.  During runtime, components are created and placed on a form like any other object whose classes have been inherited from QWidget. 

Additionally, the library does not require an embedded browser such as WebKit or Internet Explorer, since the library 

is itself a mini-browser for the plug-in. The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library includes all of the necessary mechanisms for launching 

plug-ins created using the Netscape Plug-in API, which allows substantial savings in application resources.

To have a look at the library's benefits, a demonstration version can be downloaded from our server 

(in the downloads section) using the link given below <a >Qtitan Multimedia download</a>. 

The library can be purchased at the same address, either with or without the source code.

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QtitanDataGrid for MacOS (source code) QtitanDataGrid for MacOS (source code) Developed by Developer Machines

&nbsp;&nbsp;The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight, 
to applications designed using Qt framework. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> integrates with the Qt Designer form designer, 
simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> is just what programmers need to 
create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.
<br><br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;The heart of the <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library is a class container inherited from the QWidget class. This class container is 
capable of displaying Netscape-compatible plug-ins that support the NPAPI architecture. The container supports 
both plug-ins that require a separate operating system window and plug-ins that are displayed in the Qt window. 
This allows combining content drawn by Qt with content drawn by plug-ins. The container interacts with the Qt Script 
Engine, allowing the plug-in to make proper use of JavaScript and programmers to take advantage of all plug-in 
properties, including those that require JavaScript. Interaction between <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> and applications is done through 
the signal/slot mechanism, the fundamental mechanism for connecting objects in Qt.<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;The library's functionality is expanded by classes which make the properties and methods of specific NPAPI plug-ins 
accessible. One example is the class Qtitan::AdobeFlash, which has the properties Transparent and Loop, implemented 
by the Adobe Flash plug-in. The class acts like an end component and can be used by the programmer for integration 
with applications in Adobe Flash. Besides Adobe Flash, the current version of the library supports work with 
Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Reader in a similar manner.<br><br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library components can be added during design-time mode or directly during runtime mode. In the first case, 
design is done through Qt Designer, with the help of which most of the properties of the integrated components are 
displayed and configured.  During runtime, components are created and placed on a form like any other object whose classes have been inherited from QWidget. 
Additionally, the library does not require an embedded browser such as WebKit or Internet Explorer, since the library 
is itself a mini-browser for the plug-in. The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library includes all of the necessary mechanisms for launching 
plug-ins created using the Netscape Plug-in API, which allows substantial savings in application resources.
To have a look at the library's benefits, a demonstration version can be downloaded from our server 
(in the downloads section) using the link given below <a >Qtitan Multimedia download</a>. 
The library can be purchased at the same address, either with or without the source code.

&nbsp;&nbsp;The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight, 

to applications designed using Qt framework. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> integrates with the Qt Designer form designer, 

simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> is just what programmers need to 

create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.

<br><br>

&nbsp;&nbsp;The heart of the <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library is a class container inherited from the QWidget class. This class container is 

capable of displaying Netscape-compatible plug-ins that support the NPAPI architecture. The container supports 

both plug-ins that require a separate operating system window and plug-ins that are displayed in the Qt window. 

This allows combining content drawn by Qt with content drawn by plug-ins. The container interacts with the Qt Script 

Engine, allowing the plug-in to make proper use of JavaScript and programmers to take advantage of all plug-in 

properties, including those that require JavaScript. Interaction between <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> and applications is done through 

the signal/slot mechanism, the fundamental mechanism for connecting objects in Qt.<br>

 

&nbsp;&nbsp;The library's functionality is expanded by classes which make the properties and methods of specific NPAPI plug-ins 

accessible. One example is the class Qtitan::AdobeFlash, which has the properties Transparent and Loop, implemented 

by the Adobe Flash plug-in. The class acts like an end component and can be used by the programmer for integration 

with applications in Adobe Flash. Besides Adobe Flash, the current version of the library supports work with 

Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Reader in a similar manner.<br><br>

&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library components can be added during design-time mode or directly during runtime mode. In the first case, 

design is done through Qt Designer, with the help of which most of the properties of the integrated components are 

displayed and configured.  During runtime, components are created and placed on a form like any other object whose classes have been inherited from QWidget. 

Additionally, the library does not require an embedded browser such as WebKit or Internet Explorer, since the library 

is itself a mini-browser for the plug-in. The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library includes all of the necessary mechanisms for launching 

plug-ins created using the Netscape Plug-in API, which allows substantial savings in application resources.

To have a look at the library's benefits, a demonstration version can be downloaded from our server 

(in the downloads section) using the link given below <a >Qtitan Multimedia download</a>. 

The library can be purchased at the same address, either with or without the source code.

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QtitanDataGrid for Windows (source code) QtitanDataGrid for Windows (source code) Developed by Developer Machines

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QtitanDataGrid for Windows-Linux-MacOS (source code) QtitanDataGrid for Windows-Linux-MacOS (source code) Developed by Developer Machines

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QtitanMultimedia Enterprise (source code for all platform) QtitanMultimedia Enterprise (source code for all platform) Developed by Developer Machines

&nbsp;&nbsp;The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight, 
to applications designed using Qt framework. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> integrates with the Qt Designer form designer, 
simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> is just what programmers need to 
create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.
<br><br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;The heart of the <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library is a class container inherited from the QWidget class. This class container is 
capable of displaying Netscape-compatible plug-ins that support the NPAPI architecture. The container supports 
both plug-ins that require a separate operating system window and plug-ins that are displayed in the Qt window. 
This allows combining content drawn by Qt with content drawn by plug-ins. The container interacts with the Qt Script 
Engine, allowing the plug-in to make proper use of JavaScript and programmers to take advantage of all plug-in 
properties, including those that require JavaScript. Interaction between <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> and applications is done through 
the signal/slot mechanism, the fundamental mechanism for connecting objects in Qt.<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;The library's functionality is expanded by classes which make the properties and methods of specific NPAPI plug-ins 
accessible. One example is the class Qtitan::AdobeFlash, which has the properties Transparent and Loop, implemented 
by the Adobe Flash plug-in. The class acts like an end component and can be used by the programmer for integration 
with applications in Adobe Flash. Besides Adobe Flash, the current version of the library supports work with 
Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Reader in a similar manner.<br><br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library components can be added during design-time mode or directly during runtime mode. In the first case, 
design is done through Qt Designer, with the help of which most of the properties of the integrated components are 
displayed and configured.  During runtime, components are created and placed on a form like any other object whose classes have been inherited from QWidget. 
Additionally, the library does not require an embedded browser such as WebKit or Internet Explorer, since the library 
is itself a mini-browser for the plug-in. The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library includes all of the necessary mechanisms for launching 
plug-ins created using the Netscape Plug-in API, which allows substantial savings in application resources.
To have a look at the library's benefits, a demonstration version can be downloaded from our server 
(in the downloads section) using the link given below <a >Qtitan Multimedia download</a>. 
The library can be purchased at the same address, either with or without the source code.

&nbsp;&nbsp;The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight, 

to applications designed using Qt framework. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> integrates with the Qt Designer form designer, 

simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> is just what programmers need to 

create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.

<br><br>

&nbsp;&nbsp;The heart of the <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library is a class container inherited from the QWidget class. This class container is 

capable of displaying Netscape-compatible plug-ins that support the NPAPI architecture. The container supports 

both plug-ins that require a separate operating system window and plug-ins that are displayed in the Qt window. 

This allows combining content drawn by Qt with content drawn by plug-ins. The container interacts with the Qt Script 

Engine, allowing the plug-in to make proper use of JavaScript and programmers to take advantage of all plug-in 

properties, including those that require JavaScript. Interaction between <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> and applications is done through 

the signal/slot mechanism, the fundamental mechanism for connecting objects in Qt.<br>

 

&nbsp;&nbsp;The library's functionality is expanded by classes which make the properties and methods of specific NPAPI plug-ins 

accessible. One example is the class Qtitan::AdobeFlash, which has the properties Transparent and Loop, implemented 

by the Adobe Flash plug-in. The class acts like an end component and can be used by the programmer for integration 

with applications in Adobe Flash. Besides Adobe Flash, the current version of the library supports work with 

Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Reader in a similar manner.<br><br>

&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library components can be added during design-time mode or directly during runtime mode. In the first case, 

design is done through Qt Designer, with the help of which most of the properties of the integrated components are 

displayed and configured.  During runtime, components are created and placed on a form like any other object whose classes have been inherited from QWidget. 

Additionally, the library does not require an embedded browser such as WebKit or Internet Explorer, since the library 

is itself a mini-browser for the plug-in. The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library includes all of the necessary mechanisms for launching 

plug-ins created using the Netscape Plug-in API, which allows substantial savings in application resources.

To have a look at the library's benefits, a demonstration version can be downloaded from our server 

(in the downloads section) using the link given below <a >Qtitan Multimedia download</a>. 

The library can be purchased at the same address, either with or without the source code.

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QtitanMultimedia for Linux (source code) QtitanMultimedia for Linux (source code) Developed by Developer Machines

 

&nbsp;&nbsp;The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight, 
to applications designed using Qt framework. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> integrates with the Qt Designer form designer, 
simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> is just what programmers need to 
create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.
<br><br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;The heart of the <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library is a class container inherited from the QWidget class. This class container is 
capable of displaying Netscape-compatible plug-ins that support the NPAPI architecture. The container supports 
both plug-ins that require a separate operating system window and plug-ins that are displayed in the Qt window. 
This allows combining content drawn by Qt with content drawn by plug-ins. The container interacts with the Qt Script 
Engine, allowing the plug-in to make proper use of JavaScript and programmers to take advantage of all plug-in 
properties, including those that require JavaScript. Interaction between <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> and applications is done through 
the signal/slot mechanism, the fundamental mechanism for connecting objects in Qt.<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;The library's functionality is expanded by classes which make the properties and methods of specific NPAPI plug-ins 
accessible. One example is the class Qtitan::AdobeFlash, which has the properties Transparent and Loop, implemented 
by the Adobe Flash plug-in. The class acts like an end component and can be used by the programmer for integration 
with applications in Adobe Flash. Besides Adobe Flash, the current version of the library supports work with 
Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Reader in a similar manner.<br><br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library components can be added during design-time mode or directly during runtime mode. In the first case, 
design is done through Qt Designer, with the help of which most of the properties of the integrated components are 
displayed and configured.  During runtime, components are created and placed on a form like any other object whose classes have been inherited from QWidget. 
Additionally, the library does not require an embedded browser such as WebKit or Internet Explorer, since the library 
is itself a mini-browser for the plug-in. The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library includes all of the necessary mechanisms for launching 
plug-ins created using the Netscape Plug-in API, which allows substantial savings in application resources.
To have a look at the library's benefits, a demonstration version can be downloaded from our server 
(in the downloads section) using the link given below <a >Qtitan Multimedia download</a>. 
The library can be purchased at the same address, either with or without the source code.

&nbsp;&nbsp;The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight, 

to applications designed using Qt framework. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> integrates with the Qt Designer form designer, 

simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> is just what programmers need to 

create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.

<br><br>

&nbsp;&nbsp;The heart of the <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library is a class container inherited from the QWidget class. This class container is 

capable of displaying Netscape-compatible plug-ins that support the NPAPI architecture. The container supports 

both plug-ins that require a separate operating system window and plug-ins that are displayed in the Qt window. 

This allows combining content drawn by Qt with content drawn by plug-ins. The container interacts with the Qt Script 

Engine, allowing the plug-in to make proper use of JavaScript and programmers to take advantage of all plug-in 

properties, including those that require JavaScript. Interaction between <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> and applications is done through 

the signal/slot mechanism, the fundamental mechanism for connecting objects in Qt.<br>

 

&nbsp;&nbsp;The library's functionality is expanded by classes which make the properties and methods of specific NPAPI plug-ins 

accessible. One example is the class Qtitan::AdobeFlash, which has the properties Transparent and Loop, implemented 

by the Adobe Flash plug-in. The class acts like an end component and can be used by the programmer for integration 

with applications in Adobe Flash. Besides Adobe Flash, the current version of the library supports work with 

Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Reader in a similar manner.<br><br>

&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library components can be added during design-time mode or directly during runtime mode. In the first case, 

design is done through Qt Designer, with the help of which most of the properties of the integrated components are 

displayed and configured.  During runtime, components are created and placed on a form like any other object whose classes have been inherited from QWidget. 

Additionally, the library does not require an embedded browser such as WebKit or Internet Explorer, since the library 

is itself a mini-browser for the plug-in. The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library includes all of the necessary mechanisms for launching 

plug-ins created using the Netscape Plug-in API, which allows substantial savings in application resources.

To have a look at the library's benefits, a demonstration version can be downloaded from our server 

(in the downloads section) using the link given below <a >Qtitan Multimedia download</a>. 

The library can be purchased at the same address, either with or without the source code.

 

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QtitanMultimedia for MacOS (source code) QtitanMultimedia for MacOS (source code) Developed by Developer Machines

 

&nbsp;&nbsp;The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight, 
to applications designed using Qt framework. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> integrates with the Qt Designer form designer, 
simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> is just what programmers need to 
create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.
<br><br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;The heart of the <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library is a class container inherited from the QWidget class. This class container is 
capable of displaying Netscape-compatible plug-ins that support the NPAPI architecture. The container supports 
both plug-ins that require a separate operating system window and plug-ins that are displayed in the Qt window. 
This allows combining content drawn by Qt with content drawn by plug-ins. The container interacts with the Qt Script 
Engine, allowing the plug-in to make proper use of JavaScript and programmers to take advantage of all plug-in 
properties, including those that require JavaScript. Interaction between <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> and applications is done through 
the signal/slot mechanism, the fundamental mechanism for connecting objects in Qt.<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;The library's functionality is expanded by classes which make the properties and methods of specific NPAPI plug-ins 
accessible. One example is the class Qtitan::AdobeFlash, which has the properties Transparent and Loop, implemented 
by the Adobe Flash plug-in. The class acts like an end component and can be used by the programmer for integration 
with applications in Adobe Flash. Besides Adobe Flash, the current version of the library supports work with 
Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Reader in a similar manner.<br><br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library components can be added during design-time mode or directly during runtime mode. In the first case, 
design is done through Qt Designer, with the help of which most of the properties of the integrated components are 
displayed and configured.  During runtime, components are created and placed on a form like any other object whose classes have been inherited from QWidget. 
Additionally, the library does not require an embedded browser such as WebKit or Internet Explorer, since the library 
is itself a mini-browser for the plug-in. The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library includes all of the necessary mechanisms for launching 
plug-ins created using the Netscape Plug-in API, which allows substantial savings in application resources.
To have a look at the library's benefits, a demonstration version can be downloaded from our server 
(in the downloads section) using the link given below <a >Qtitan Multimedia download</a>. 
The library can be purchased at the same address, either with or without the source code.

&nbsp;&nbsp;The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight, 

to applications designed using Qt framework. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> integrates with the Qt Designer form designer, 

simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> is just what programmers need to 

create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.

<br><br>

&nbsp;&nbsp;The heart of the <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library is a class container inherited from the QWidget class. This class container is 

capable of displaying Netscape-compatible plug-ins that support the NPAPI architecture. The container supports 

both plug-ins that require a separate operating system window and plug-ins that are displayed in the Qt window. 

This allows combining content drawn by Qt with content drawn by plug-ins. The container interacts with the Qt Script 

Engine, allowing the plug-in to make proper use of JavaScript and programmers to take advantage of all plug-in 

properties, including those that require JavaScript. Interaction between <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> and applications is done through 

the signal/slot mechanism, the fundamental mechanism for connecting objects in Qt.<br>

 

&nbsp;&nbsp;The library's functionality is expanded by classes which make the properties and methods of specific NPAPI plug-ins 

accessible. One example is the class Qtitan::AdobeFlash, which has the properties Transparent and Loop, implemented 

by the Adobe Flash plug-in. The class acts like an end component and can be used by the programmer for integration 

with applications in Adobe Flash. Besides Adobe Flash, the current version of the library supports work with 

Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Reader in a similar manner.<br><br>

&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library components can be added during design-time mode or directly during runtime mode. In the first case, 

design is done through Qt Designer, with the help of which most of the properties of the integrated components are 

displayed and configured.  During runtime, components are created and placed on a form like any other object whose classes have been inherited from QWidget. 

Additionally, the library does not require an embedded browser such as WebKit or Internet Explorer, since the library 

is itself a mini-browser for the plug-in. The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library includes all of the necessary mechanisms for launching 

plug-ins created using the Netscape Plug-in API, which allows substantial savings in application resources.

To have a look at the library's benefits, a demonstration version can be downloaded from our server 

(in the downloads section) using the link given below <a >Qtitan Multimedia download</a>. 

The library can be purchased at the same address, either with or without the source code.

 

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QtitanMultimedia for Windows (source code) QtitanMultimedia for Windows (source code) Developed by Developer Machines

 

&nbsp;&nbsp;The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight, 
to applications designed using Qt framework. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> integrates with the Qt Designer form designer, 
simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> is just what programmers need to 
create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.
<br><br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;The heart of the <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library is a class container inherited from the QWidget class. This class container is 
capable of displaying Netscape-compatible plug-ins that support the NPAPI architecture. The container supports 
both plug-ins that require a separate operating system window and plug-ins that are displayed in the Qt window. 
This allows combining content drawn by Qt with content drawn by plug-ins. The container interacts with the Qt Script 
Engine, allowing the plug-in to make proper use of JavaScript and programmers to take advantage of all plug-in 
properties, including those that require JavaScript. Interaction between <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> and applications is done through 
the signal/slot mechanism, the fundamental mechanism for connecting objects in Qt.<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;The library's functionality is expanded by classes which make the properties and methods of specific NPAPI plug-ins 
accessible. One example is the class Qtitan::AdobeFlash, which has the properties Transparent and Loop, implemented 
by the Adobe Flash plug-in. The class acts like an end component and can be used by the programmer for integration 
with applications in Adobe Flash. Besides Adobe Flash, the current version of the library supports work with 
Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Reader in a similar manner.<br><br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library components can be added during design-time mode or directly during runtime mode. In the first case, 
design is done through Qt Designer, with the help of which most of the properties of the integrated components are 
displayed and configured.  During runtime, components are created and placed on a form like any other object whose classes have been inherited from QWidget. 
Additionally, the library does not require an embedded browser such as WebKit or Internet Explorer, since the library 
is itself a mini-browser for the plug-in. The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library includes all of the necessary mechanisms for launching 
plug-ins created using the Netscape Plug-in API, which allows substantial savings in application resources.
To have a look at the library's benefits, a demonstration version can be downloaded from our server 
(in the downloads section) using the link given below <a >Qtitan Multimedia download</a>. 
The library can be purchased at the same address, either with or without the source code.

 

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QtitanMultimedia for Windows-Linux-MacOS (source code) QtitanMultimedia for Windows-Linux-MacOS (source code) Developed by Developer Machines

The Qtitan Multimedia library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight, to applications designed using Qt framework. Qtitan Multimedia integrates with the Qt Designer form designer, simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. Qtitan Multimedia is just what programmers need to create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.

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QtitanMultimedia for Windows-Linux-MacOS (without source code) QtitanMultimedia for Windows-Linux-MacOS (without source code) Developed by Developer Machines

The Qtitan Multimedia library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight, to applications designed using Qt framework. Qtitan Multimedia integrates with the Qt Designer form designer, simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. Qtitan Multimedia is just what programmers need to create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.

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QtitanRibbon Enterprise (source code for all platform) QtitanRibbon Enterprise (source code for all platform) Developed by Developer Machines

Modern applications are not conceivable without an interface offered by Microsoft in they office solutions. This concept is called the Ribbon UI and currently it is the main attribute that makes the application keeping up with the times.

QtitanRibbon - implementation of the concept of Microsoft Ribbon for Nokia's Qt

QtitanRibbon component implements the concept of Microsoft Ribbon for Nokia's Qt. This component is designed for any type of commercial applications developed using Qt. Along with Nokia's Qt, the component provides a unique opportunity to obtain an application, which has a modern look and feel for the three major platforms that exist on the globe. For Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

QtitanRibbon provides 5 themes for the final application. Blue, Black, Aqua, Silver and Scenic. Here are some screenshots that show how it looks in reality.

QtitanRibbon as a standard for implementation of Ribbon UI for Nokia's Qt

QtitanRibbon implemented with strict adherence to standards and recommendations of Microsoft, that applies to the concept Ribbon UI. Ribbon UI concept is well established themselves among the users. So if you're using QtitanRibbon then your users easily able to learn and quickly start using your applications. Composition of control corresponds to the set, which is described in the specification Ribbon UI.

The table below shows the composition of the elements that were implemented or are planned.

Ribbon UI Elements Stage
Ribbon Bar Implemented
Ribbon Tabs Implemented
Ribbon Groups Implemented
Application Button Implemented
Backstage View Implemented
Applicaton Menu Implemented
Contextual Tabs Implemented
Quick Access Bar Implemented
Button Control Implemented
Button Group Control Implemented
Calendar Control Planned
Check Box Control Implemented
Combo Box Control Implemented
Data/Time Picker Control Planned
Drop-Down Button Control Implemented
Gallery Control Implemented
Key Tip Control Implemented
Label Control Implemented
Masked Text Control Planned
Numeric Up-Down Control Implemented
Panel Control Implemented
Radio Button Control Implemented
Screen Tip Control Implemented
Scroll Bars Control Implemented
Separator Control Implemented
Slider Control Implemented
Split Button Control Implemented
Status Bar Control Implemented
Tab Control Control Implemented
Text Box Control Implemented
Toggle Button Control Implemented

Together with a Ribbon UI in this product, we provide a style OfficeStyle (it inherits from QStyle), which you can use to make the application which has close resemblance with Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010. Style OfficeStyle so well supplied with 5 themes - Blue, Black, Silver, Aqua, Scenic.

QtitanRibbon - implementation details

The component is designed in 100% native Qt/C++ and does not use external borrowings and third-party libraries. However, there are portions of code that are implemented on each platform in different ways. This is done because of some features of Qt, as well as by reason of improve rendering performance.

Integration with Qt Designer

QtitanRibbon component has a convenient integration with Qt Designer. This allows you to manage location of the Ribbon UI on the form in the design time.

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QtitanRibbon for Linux (source code) QtitanRibbon for Linux (source code) Developed by Developer Machines

QtitanRibbon product

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QtitanRibbon product

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QtitanRibbon for Windows (with source code) QtitanRibbon for Windows (with source code) Developed by Developer Machines

QtitanRibbon product

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QtitanRibbon product

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