Kanzi Releases

Rightware continues to develop Kanzi and creates two types of Kanzi releases: Feature Releases and Long-Term Support (LTS) releases. Feature releases provide customers with the latest innovative features, enhancements and changes to Kanzi Studio and Kanzi API. Long Term Support (LTS) releases are designed for demanding use in automotive production projects, and provide customers with reliability and support throughout the automotive lifecycle.

Kanzi Feature Releases

Kanzi 3.5 release, April 18, 2017

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  • Integrated UI theming
  • Dynamic templates
  • Fine-grained animation control
  • 64-bit Kanzi Studio
  • Numerous usability enhancements

Kanzi 3.4 release, July 21, 2016

  • Support for Kanzi Lite: Kanzi for Microcontrollers
  • Productivity Enhancements for Pages, State Transitions and more
  • Factory Content Pack including new instrument cluster gauges, car models and infotainment widgets
  • Support for the OpenGL ES 3.0 API, enabling e.g. HDR images and lighting, Tone Mapping, Depth-of-Field, Floating Point Render Targets

Kanzi 3.3 release, March 3, 2016

  • Support for binary shaders
  • Support for floating licenses
  • MultisamplingImprove graphical fidelity by enabling MSAA (Multisample Anti-Aliasing) for any element in your user interface
  • Data SourcesStreamlining the HMI development workflow by enabling developers to create data source plugins for designers to use in Kanzi Studio

Kanzi 3.2 release, October 12, 2015

  • The new animation system is more flexible, efficient, robust and easier to use
  • State Manager enhancements, including new easing functions and easing modes for transition animations, enabling you to create richer and more complex transitions faster
  • Support for prefiltered cubemaps when using .dds files, enabling 3D designers to define cubemap faces and mipmaps in a single .dds file

Kanzi 3.1 release, May 7, 2015

  • Localization enables you to create Kanzi applications that support different languages and locations
  • Progressive rendering allows you to distribute rendering workload across several frames to reduce the amount of work and time required to render one whole frame

Kanzi 3.0 release, January 6, 2015

  • Significant improvements to the usability
  • Enhanced prototyping features
  • Enhanced partial rendering and page navigation that make it even easier to work with demanding and large-scale user interface projects
  • Performance-enhancing features that reduce CPU time on embedded hardware by up to 50%

Kanzi Long-Term Support Releases

Kanzi 3.2 LTS releases

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