Schwartz 1.6.2

Schwartz 1.6.2

Schwartz is a developer tool that takes the pain out of writing complex graphics-drawing code. With Schwartz, you can create vector-based graphic compositions in a user-friendly WYSIWYG environment, and then automatically generate source code for rendering your composition on iOS, OS X, the Web, or any other platform. Schwartz already supports producing source code in many different target languages like Objective-C, C, Swift, SVG, and javascript.

But what's unique about Schwartz is that it's template-based. Each source code output target is a template that can be edited to your specific syntactical tastes. And adding new templates to support new target languages is extremely easy.

Working with Schwartz templates is a simple and intuitive process, similar to using template languages for popular web application frameworks like Ruby on Rails, Django, or JavaServer Pages.

WHAT’S NEW

Version 1.6.2:
New
  • Sticky Style Properties ("On" by default, with an option to disable in General Preferences). When enabled, Sticky Properties cause newly-created shapes and lines to automatically inherit the most recently selected style properties of other objects of their type.
  • Now you can adjust the {0,0} origin location of the canvas rulers: Right-click on the vertical or horizontal ruler surrounding the canvas and select the "Ruler Origin" menu item in the context menu that appears.

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Schwartz 1.6.2
  • Title: Schwartz 1.6.2
  • Developer: Todd Ditchendorf
  • Compatibility: OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor
  • Language: English
  • Includes: K
  • Size: 6.44 MB
  • Official website

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