Essential Gauge for Windows Forms in 2013 Volume 4

  Two highly sophisticated Gauge controls with visual styles and data binding support were introduced in our 2013 Volume 4 release of Essential Studio. Linear Gauge Linear Gauge is a data visualization tool used for displaying a range of values graphically along a linear scale. Customizati... [More]

Essential Gauge for Windows Forms in 2013 Volume 4

Essential Gauge for Windows Forms in 2013 Volume 4 Two highly sophisticated Gauge controls with visual styles and data binding support were introduced in our 2013 Volume 4 release of Essential Studio. Linear Gauge Linear Gauge is a data visualization tool used for displaying a range of values gr... [More]

Syncfusion's Tech Gift Guide

With the upcoming gift-giving season in mind, we asked several members of the Syncfusion team what holiday gifts are at the top of their lists this year. Surface 2 Hillary Bowling, marketing coordinator at Syncfusion and avid reader, loves the Surface tablet for its user-friendly interface and the... [More]

Writing for Windows Live Tiles: Strings Like Headlines

Previously in this series, I discussed several factors to keep in mind when writing copy for Windows Start Screen Live Tiles, such as constructing lines that are short, yet meaningful; being conscientious of the relationship between text and visuals; and what makes a written word readable. I’... [More]

Volume 4 Road Map Posted

We have published the official Road Map for our upcoming Volume 4 release, which is scheduled for December 5 of this year. Volume 4 will bring a lot of exciting updates to all our major platform suites, including JavaScript, WinRT, WPF, Silverlight, ASP.NET MVC, Windows Phone, and Windows forms... [More]

Live from Strata 2013

Overall, we had a great day yesterday at the Strata + Hadoop World conference. I saw a lot of cool data processing involving the Hadoop platform. I was also impressed to see how the Hadoop ecosystem has expanded substantially over the past year. One speaker mentioned that he thought the show had dou... [More]