Creating embedded software can be as challenging as creating embedded hardware. The tools and frameworks require specialized expertise and, frankly, they aren't keeping up. The UIs of iPads and Surface devices have set a new bar for the quality of embedded applications. Traditional tools aren't up for the job. We created something that is.
The number of developers, books, best practices, and community activity for web technologies dwarfs any other technology for embedded development. You'll spend less time trying to figure things out and more time innovating.
Chromium is the same technology behind Google's Chrome web browser. It is currently installed on more that 200 million computers and growing. It regularly receives praise for its speed, stability, and support for current and emerging web standards.
Out-of-the-box, web technologies support audio, video, 3D rendering (with WebGL), raster and vector artwork, UIs that reflow to different application sizes, animation, and a host of other great features.
It's free. Yup, the software is open source and free for anyone to use.