PB Ultimate Suite controls are compatible with all PowerBuilder applications
from version 9 to 2017
Ribbon Style Menu is a replacement for the PowerBuilder menu. It gives users a ribbon style UI.
With a few tweaks to your PB menu you can:
The Docking System acts as a replacement to PowerBuilder's traditional MDI frame window. It gives users a tabbed interface to navigate between open windows. Additionally, it allows you to dock and pin commonly used functions to the top, bottom, left, or right sides of the window.
Other features include:
PowerTiles is a Windows tiles control that can be used for better navigation within your application. The design is responsive which means the layout will adjust to the size of the container that it's in (when resized by the container).
Use this control to quickly present users with core options and functionality available in your application.
Here are some of the controls available to you:
Built In Themes and Styles
PB Ultimate Suite Pre-built color themes include: Black, Blue, Classic, Olive, Silver, Windows 10 Black, Windows 10 Blue, Windows 10 Olive, Windows 10 Silver
Each control can use one of the predefined themes in PB Ultimate Suite. Choose from a wide range of styles and colors.
You can also customize many of individual controls with their own styles to design a unique user interface for your PowerBuilder applications.
New in PB Ultimate Suite 9.1
This new control allows you to display any window as a modal window, with a faded overlay. The faded overlay brings attention to your modal window while giving your users an indication that your application is in a holding state until it receives input.
Added in PB Ultimate Suite 9.0
PowerMessage is a new way to display messages to users. It replaces the traditional PowerBuilder MessageBox function, offering a more modern look and feel.
Ever wish you can give your buttons an icon and a bit more color?
With the PB Ultimate Suite CommandButton, you can.
This control offers 5 styles, and 5 themes. That's 25 different ways to display your buttons.
When you place this command button on your window, you'll see that in the IDE it appears as a normal PowerBuilder command button. However, you'll notice that you now have a few extra properties that you can set.