With Storyboard, you can develop high-quality user experiences that are highly optimized for tightly resourced devices. It's designed to deliver efficient applications using a collaborative workflow between designers and developers, ensuring the best experience for users without consuming power and memory.
Storyboard includes capabilities designed to develop reduced-footprint applications. With a runtime streamlined for resource savings and choice between C-callback and Lua APIs, Storyboard gives you tight control over memory usage.
Our Performance Metrics give you insights into your embedded application’s resources while you build. This visibility allows you to develop with memory in mind while still maximizing performance and functionality.
Storyboard’s Resource Export Configuration provides actionable feedback about your application footprint that allows you to finely-tune how and what you export to your target, to get the best out of your chosen hardware platform.
Storyboard helps you develop the same application for multiple platforms by turning on and off the content you need, maximizing reusability and reducing time and waste for your project.
From framebuffers to GIFs, this e-book explains key embedded graphical user interface (GUI) concepts to get the most out of the memory and graphics capabilities of your smart watch and wearable platforms.
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Storyboard’s unique architecture is compatible with microcontrollers, crossover processors, and microprocessors, giving you the freedom to create embedded applications that scale markets and hardware platforms. By using a development tool that supports hardware changes at any point in your lifecycle, you de-risk your embedded project and can better adapt to market changes.
Storyboard lets you choose which operating system is best suited for your embedded project. Whether you select an operating system for a resource-constrained MCU, a high-performance MPU, or something in between, Storyboard’s support for a wide range of operating systems allows you to switch back and forth depending on your requirements.