Led Class Library Customer Reviews

Addison Wesley Interactive

"Led was the ideal text engine on which to base the ActivPad student notebook accompanying our line of higher ed titles. We needed speed and large text capability - Led delivered it. We needed cross-platform files - Led enabled it. We needed the ability to embed pictures, diagrams, and Internet bookmarks - Led made all of that easy," said Doug Stein, technology manager of Addison Wesley Interactive, a new publisher of multimedia products for college courses. "We evaluated all the alternatives; Led was the only one that met our requirements for speed, robustness, features and platform independence. The price was extremely attractive as well."

Sky4 Studios

"I'm still regulary searching on the web to find alternative solution, but in my opinion your product is still the best around, and most of them support only one platform.", said Marc Van Olmen, Senior Software Engineer of Sky4 Studios, a Belgian multimedia company. "Your text engine is a real recommendation for any C++ developer."

DATOS Computer AG

"One of the best things is the customizable behavior of the editor", said Remo Eichenberger of DATOS Computer AG, the Swiss developers of WinNC, a powerful syntax-coloring, editor for the machine-industry. " It was very important to my company that Sophist Solutions provided such good support for using the Led Class Library. The library is complex but VERY powerful. The coding style is very pretty, and the code is very stable... I can only say: DON'T WAIT, BUY IT !!"

Wordwork, AG

"We (Wordwork) had some pretty unusual requirements and actually not even Led met those." said Per Gustafson of Wordwork, AG, Sweden, developers of Skribent, a Swedish writing tool. "Wordwork chose Led because it gave us access to the complete source code for what we bought, and while far from perfect for our needs it was a decent base to build on.". "[Sophist Solutions] usually replied promptly to my bug reports and was service minded about my comments/requests for features."

Last Updated: 2003-01-24