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Free open source VCL/FireMonkey (FMX) fast data flow component library for Delphi/C++ Builder similar to LabVIEW, Agilent VEE, or Simulink. Allows easy connection between components with zero lines of code. OpenWire uses streams in order to transfer the data. Each stream is a connection between one output and one or multiple inputs. Also includes a visual graphical editor for codeless development.
(Free open source VCL/FireMonkey (FMX) fast data flow component library
OpenWire offers you a free open source library for writing advanced VCL/FireMonkey(FMX) components for Delphi, C++ Builder and RAD Studio.
The purpose of the OpenWire project is to introduce unified easy way to transfer data among different VCL/FireMonkey components. This is very similar to the way the products as LabView, Agilent VEE or Simulink work. For example, you could quickly build an application with a sine wave generator, which streams out to a chart and in parallel to a filter, which streams out to another chart and in parallel to a file logger, as well as to a serial communication sending the data to another system. And what makes this easy is that you do not write code: You build streams by connecting an OutputPin to one or more InputPins. The underlying technology pumps your data from pin to pin, in a multithreading safe fashion, allowing high performance data exchange.
Also includes a Visual Graphical Editor for codeless development.
OpenWire uses streams in order to transfer the data. Each stream is a connection between one output and one or multiple inputs.
- Each component can have one or more inputs and/or outputs.
- Each Input or Output is called Pin. I.E. there are IputPins and OutputPins.
- Each OutputPin can stream specific format data to compatible format InputPins.
- Each type of data has its own data specification.
- Supports state pins, allowing components to share common state.
Delphi, Lazarus, C Builder, FireMonkey, Data Flow, library