ComponentOne Releases New Suite of Data and UI Controls for Microsoft Visual Studio
Friday, July 25, 2014
ComponentOne, a division of GrapeCity, has released ComponentOne Studio Enterprise 2014 v2, a suite of data and UI controls for Microsoft Visual Studio, including Windows Desktop, Windows Store, and HTML5.
The highlights of the 2014 v2 release include new and enhanced data visualization controls for the Web and new controls for the Windows Store to help developers display and manage appointment data in their apps.
The 2014 v2 Studio Enterprise release features a new Sparkline control for HTML5 and Web Forms, Entity Framework 6 support for the Windows Desktop platforms, Chart and Grid export in HTML5 and Web Forms, offline Maps for WinRT XAML, a new Windows 8 Scheduler, and a new RadialMenu for WPF and Silverlight.
ComponentOne has also updated their Entity Framework DataSource components to support the latest version of Entity Framework 6.x. The C1DataSource control adds performance enhancements including data virtualization to WinForms and WPF data grids.
The new ComponentOne Scheduler for WinRT XAML provides drag-and-drop scheduling control with in-line editing, to allow developers to build their own appointment scheduling apps. Schedule one-time, all day, or recurring appointments with reminders, labels, and availability status. The company's website hosts a video that shows how users can perform data binding, and interact with the new Scheduler for WinRT XAML control.
The company offers no-charge, 30-day trials of each of its component suites.
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