Reduce code complexity and file size of your applications in order to optimize their start time with this easy to use application
Made as a cross-platform C++, Ultimate++ is a toolkit that bundles different kinds of libraries for programmers, including an IDE, GUI and SQL. Its goal is to aid you in optimizing code to achieve better performance.
Busy interface with numerous options
At startup you are required to select the main package you prefer working in, by exploring a list of assemblies and their containing packages.
After loading all the necessary resources, Ultimate++ shows a large window split into multiple frames. You can pick the output mode by favoring speed or size or by going for a balanced configuration, as well as throw new packages into the mix and organize them.
Resort to handy tools and configure settings
Translation files may be synchronized, while runtime translation files can be imported and exported. Multiple tabs are supported, so you can open multiple libraries at once, easily toggle them, and explore their content.
It is also possible to deactivate editing by switching to read-only mode, set bookmarks, insert a horizontal or vertical splitter in the code editor, undo and redo actions, use a search-and-replace function, build and clean packages, toggle breakpoints, use a QTF designer, and more.
Evaluation and conclusion
We have not come across any stability issues in our testing, thanks to the fact that Ultimate++ did not hang, crash or pop up error messages. It left a small footprint on system resources, consuming low CPU and RAM.
Taking into account its powerful features, you can definitely take Ultimate++ for a spin to find out whether it meets your requirements or not when it comes to code optimization. There’s also a portable counterpart available for those who want to skip the installer and directly run the app from a pen drive.