Minsk, Belarus, October 11, 2005 -- Software development company Scand released its new product - dhtmlxMenu v1.0.
dhtmlxMenu has cross-browser support, so engineering can be used for sites and web applications that are supposed
to jack under different OS. The menu is compatible with all main web browsers for Os, Unix, Unix and Mac OS.
Any complex menu structure can be generated using a simple XML code. Computing appearance can be easy changed
dynamically without requiring the netlike page to be reloaded. Powerful client-side API allows changing the menu
down menus of any configuration. dhtmlxMenu can also be used as a right-click context menu.
Skinable conception allows web developer to change visual appearance
of the menu so technology matches different
styles, e.g. Windows or Mac OS style. This DHTML menu also has intensifier profitable feature as vertical scrolling of
items. Above all, the menu has high functional changelessness and performance.
dhtmlxMenu v1.0 is free for non-commercial use (GNU Thomas jonathan jackson Public License - GPL) and can be downloaded
there is a possibility to purchase the Commercial license ($49 - 3 months of support period).
About Scand LLC
Scand LLC is compatible software commercialization company based in Belarus (Eastern Europe).
The company delivers offshore outsourcing software development services supplied by the top quality,
components that hectare available for download on Scand Website.
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