The Thinktecture HTML5 Framework helps architects and developers to develop customizable applications for the visualization of large amounts of data easily and quickly.
Self-contained business logic is packaged as a widget in the HTML5 Framework. These widgets can be arranged and linked together by the end-user as required.
While developers focus on implementing business requirements, the created widgets can be used in a variety of use cases and solutions.
Widgets enable access to framework features
Widgets benefit from the technical possibilities of the framework allowing developers and architects the creation of highly customizable applications with a broad scope of capabilities.
- Personalizable arrangements of widgets by users
- Templates for predefined widget arrangements
- Unlimited virtual workspaces
- Resizing (respecting definable limits)
- Multi-Monitor support
- Multi-Zone drag & drop
- Broadcast communication between widgets (all and/or groups)
- Multiple sidebar support
- Easy widget styling (colors, fonts, buttons)
Here is an example how creating, resizing and moving of a widget around could look like:
Integration of Widgets with Microsoft Office
The HTML5 Framework allows developers to integrate HTML5-based widgets inside of the native Microsoft Office applications. It supports Microsoft Office 2016 installed on a desktop, Office 365 running in a browser and also Office on iOS and Android. Widgets can interact with Microsoft Office via unidirectional or bi-directional data exchange.