Visualization for C++

Visualization for C++, including Views, Server, and DB Link, offers the broadest set of high-performance interactive advanced graphic components for building a wide variety of business, scientific, and data exploration graphical user interfaces.

This page points to some key features and getting started info.
Use these links to access the complete documentation:

Views User Guide Quick Start Guide Supported Platforms Guide

What’s New in 6.3?

Views 6.3 adds a fluent interface for Palettes, simplified title bar customization, and a new method to allow applications to modify the cursor appearance. Views Maps 6.3 adds support for MGRS geocoordinate standard.

See What's New in 6.3 Views 6.3 Release Notes

Server 6.3

Represent the elements and topology of a supervised system as shared in-memory services with Server. Modeling abstractions match those offered by object-oriented design notation like UML, and Server bridges the gap between business model design and implementation.

Server User Guide Server 6.3 Release Notes

"Develop once, port anywhere" database connectivity for Visualization C++ applications.

C++ developers have database access code that is portable across platforms and databases.

DB Link User Guide DB Link 6.3 Release Notes

Optional Views products for Charts, Maps, Data Access and Graph Layout extend the power of Views C++ components. To explore more:

Views Charts Views Maps Views Data Access Views Graph Layout