With the new Create Installer option, you will now very quickly be able to build compressed stand-alone install packages out of your scripts, and also include any files you need (Text, XML, etc) for them to run. Of course you’ll also be able to include your software’s name and a banner image for the installer.
One other thing – when your bots first run on your customers’ machines, they often connect to our server to download required UBot Studio files. This isn’t always feasible. It’s hard for those with slow connections, and from time to time, it can set off false virus alerts. And, your customer doesn’t want to see multiple install windows and become confused.
So, you’ll also now be able to include all the necessary files required to run, right in your installer.
Inside the Developer Options, you'll be able to choose how much "UBot Studio" stays in and how much goes when you compile. You can remove or customize not just the branding, but the tabs, icons, the navigation bar, and the run menu.
Styles inside your UI:
In any Edition of UBot Studio, the UI Editor lets you build customizable user interfaces for your scripts and bots, so buttons, drop-downs, text boxes, and more are a snap - you just drag and drop them into place and choose what they'll do. But with Developer, you have access to a whole series of styles that will grow and change over time, allowing you to easily create visually stunning and unique scripts without any coding background!
The regular UI is above -- with a few changes you can see how easy it is to customize, below!
Creating fully-customized bots is simple to do, but features like those seen here are only available in the Developer Edition.
So - What'll it be? Stick to the pack or go out in front?