October 26, 2000,
Beaver Falls, PA - Ingenuware, Ltd., a Pittsburgh area software house,
released today a new version of their flagship product, ImpulseStudio, a
suite of "ActiveX" tools and components for programming in
Visual Basic. According to company representatives, the new
version contains many enhancements and new components allowing customers to
quickly create more elegant and streamlined
programs, including a brand
new MP3 component (FREE with a download), and the ability to create
This latest rendition of the product is version 3.0, and it won't be the
last. Ingenuware anticipates continuing to develop new versions in
order to address their customers' needs and newer technologies as they
Large portions of the product were
rebuilt to utilize better programming techniques, resulting in more
optimized code. According to the software firm, the older version
had a few flaws that the new version addresses. Many new features
were also added, including new graphics and digital audio code that make
developing multimedia enabled programs a simpler task. "It's not just about multimedia programs.
Many business and industrial packages and custom solutions often lack a
certain quality of "user friendliness" and awareness.
ImpulseStudio 3.0 addresses this need by providing a quick and easy
solution to this, as well as many other development issues. It's
really useful for veteran and
novice programmers alike.", says Jonathan Vincze, Ingenuware's VP
of Research and Development.
Along with ImpulseStudio 3.0 is released it's sister-product, ImpulseGlobals 3.0.
ImpulseGlobals is distributed free with ImpulseStudio, but may also
be purchased separately. According
to company sources, ImpulseStudio was built using ImpulseGlobals as the
core of its technology.
ImpulseStudio 3.0 and
ImpulseGlobals 3.0 may be downloaded for a free evaluation at
Ingenuware's web site, http://www.ingenuware.comwww.ingenuware.com.
It is also available exclusively on CNET's Download.com, http://www.download.com, the leading channel for electronic software distribution on the Internet.