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Integrated introduces API across the board with version 9.1

17 January 2012

Integrated Engineering Software has introduced the Integrated API (Application Programming Interface) across its simulation software suite with the release of the version 9.1 upgrade, including a powerful scripting tool. The API, which enables smart automation scripting, provides design engineers with an intuitive method of controlling the interface, supplementing the existing interactive, parametric and batch modes.

The Intgrated API provides users with direct access to the internal workings of each software program in the suite, enabling them to write new specific analysis applications to meet their own needs and ability. Users can seamlessly connect their own applications to Integrated software programs without either application requiring prior knowledge of the inner workings of the other. Design engineers, research scientists and programmers will find this a very powerful tool, combining good design with good performance, which enables them to complete tasks that would previously have been extremely difficult and tedious to do interactively.

The API also provides a key building block for users to construct custom analysis tools. The functionality is easy to explain and the names are self-explanatory and consistent, in order to drive development. A programmer can write a script, or a full program, describing how to build and analyse a specific problem with selected user controls, and can then invoke the Integrated program directly through the API to provide the analytical tools.

Using the dedicated user guide included within the program, samples can be written as Excel Macros with Visual Studio solutions/projects.

Visit the company's website to view a range of new demonstration videos, offering tutorials on the major new features in version 9.1.  

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