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AIMMS announces new WebUI features for App developers and end users

AIMMS Optimization Modeling announced several new WebUI features that will improve usability for both App developers and end users and significantly enhance how users interact with AIMMS Apps. The features include:

  • A new page manager and navigation menu that allows App developers to easily create and manage page trees and generate context-specific navigation menu bars at the top of the screen.
  • Wizard support, enabling the App developer to easily create wizards with a sequence of pages and entry and exit procedures. Using wizards, developers can guide end users to complete even the most complex tasks.
  • The Scalar widget now allows the end user to view, enter or edit longer text strings, such as descriptions.
  • A number of changes that make it easier for App developers to work on projects with a WebUI user interface.
  • A Slider widget, allowing the end user to easily explore the impact of changing one or more key variables.

For more information, visit: aimms.com.

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