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Rapidly put together UIs using interactive controls, text, images, shapes, etc. to try out ideas. Indigo Studio leverages Infragistics controls where applicable, with appropriate styling based on platform theme, and adds many of the more fundamental controls. Capitalizing on ease of use, you can edit properties in place—on the element itself, minimizing property panel usage. Indigo Studio's screen elements give you interactivity out of the box – something you won’t get with most other screen designers.

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Configuration & Property Editing

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Elements & Layers Panel

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