What is a PIKA file
PIKA files are exclusively created using the Pika Software Builder. The software is used to create programs used by Windows computers. The software stores progress in the minimalistic programming in project files. These are the PIKA files. Since programs can be created without any knowledge of markup languages using the Pika Software Builder, even users without coding knowledge can create programs for their Windows computer that way.
Inside the PIKA file, several user interface elements are saved. This includes the program window, buttons, text fields, images, and more. Once the project inside the Pika Software Builder is finished, the files can be exported as EXE files. Rather than storing the project information like the PIKA file does, these are ready to execute programs. As of now, Pika Software Builder programs are only compatible with older Windows versions (XP, Vista, 7).
Here's a small, but not exhaustive list of programs that can open PIKA documents:
- Pika Software Builder (Windows)