Zero Code GUI Builder

Go from Preliminary Datasheet to Fully Releasable Marketing GUI for your chip in 8 to 24 hours!

  • Have you wished you could rapidly build an attractive, intuitive, customer- facing GUI for your chip with zero coding?
  • Have you waited for changes from a GUI software group who do not understand your product like you do? While they build, release, tweak, and re-release, the competition could be engaging your customer.
  • Would you like to automatically gather business intelligence from your Marketing GUIs? *
  • Would you like your GUIs to scale to more portable devices and be web-friendly? *
  • Would you like to do all of this faster than your competition, freeing up your time for more focused engagements with your customers?

If your answer is YES, you have come to the right place.

* In an upcoming release

What Zero Code GUI Builder offers out of the box



Why Soliton’s Zero Code GUI Builder

Go from Preliminary Datasheet to Fully Releasable Marketing GUI for your chip in 8 to 24 hours.

  • Zero Programming Knowledge Needed for most standard IC Marketing GUIs.
  • Easy enablement of an intuitive, attractive, functional view of your chip that shrinks the IC Sales Cycle, IC Application Engineering Cycle, and Time-to-Design-Win.
  • Off the shelf support for inexpensive, popular device interface dongles such as this or any other device communication API that you may wish to integrate into your GUIs.
  • Optional, reasonably priced support from a world class GUI design team with over a decade of experience building IC Marketing GUIs for PMICs, Sensors, ADCs, DACs, RFICs, Amplifiers etc
  • Our clients include several global top 10 semiconductor companies.

We believe that our GUI Builder will change the way you build marketing GUIs, but you don’t have to take our word for it. Download a free, no obligation, trial version of Zero Code GUI Builder to experience its benefits firsthand.

“Application Engineers, some of whom have never coded in the past, are using this to save upward of 72 engineering hours per GUI, with better results.”