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New JavaScript Libraries for Mobile Development Debuted by Syncfusion

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4/21/2014 12:58:24 PM
New JavaScript Libraries for Mobile Development Debuted by Syncfusion
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Posted Monday, April 21, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson, Publisher Emeritus


New JavaScript Libraries for Mobile Development Debuted by Syncfusion
Syncfusion has added a new set of 27 touch-optimized Mobile JavaScript libraries with a variety of user interface controls and data visualization features. The company has also created new libraries for the JavaScript suite, including Diagram, Gantt, and Schedule, and made improvements to others, such as the Chart and Maps.

The new Mobile JavaScript libraries contain themes for Windows Phone, iOS, and Android, allowing developers to integrate their features with a device’s existing UI. The JavaScript suite is built on HTML 5, providing performance for web applications.

Developers can customize the libraries for any UI or audience and support is provided for data binding. Each feature is touch-enabled so users can interact with applications on any device.

The Diagram library consists of a number of interactive features, including a built-in drag and drop palette for node creation. Place, connect, and rotate nodes using buttons, or use one of the included automatic layout templates. Diagrams can be saved and exported as images.

The JavaScript Gantt library provides the ability to manage projects by adding resources, tracking growth, setting deadlines, and more. Numeric data renders smoothly and baselines are supported to help illustrate progress.

The Schedule library for JavaScript enables the creation of appointments in a calendar layout providing the ability to customize date ranges, set reminders, and view appointments by day, week, or month. This provides the ability for developers to set their schedule to recognize their work week.

The Chart library for JavaScript now includes smart labels that can be applied to add detail and definition to chart segments, as well as several other key features already present in Syncfusion’s .NET chart controls, like editable axes and row-based layouts.
 
The JavaScript Maps library has been updated with interactive legends and gradient color legends can now be used to illustrate ranges of values in map segments. Support for OpenStreetMap has also been added to improve trip route displays using the site’s layered map data.


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