Expanding Orubase

You may have noticed that Orubase, Syncfusion's framework for developing hybrid mobile applications, did not receive any updates with the 2013 Volume 2 release of Essential Studio. Though it was a tough decision to make, we postponed the Orubase updates for good reason. Doing so provided more time f... [More]

Test it. Test it good.

Unit testing plays a unique role in application development. It can be a valuable asset when used correctly, but it cannot prevent every bug from nesting itself in your project's source code. Testing must be carefully balanced with other development considerations in order to be a constructive part ... [More]

Q & A with Chad Church

Syncfusion Product Manager Chad Church recently conducted a live Q & A session on Facebook and Twitter as part of our ongoing FANtastic Friday events and giveaways. While the conversation centered on mobile development, the enthusiastic participants provided some unexpected and challenging quest... [More]

Now Available: Essential Studio 2013 Vol. 1

The year's first batch of updates for Syncfusion Essential Studio is here! Our primary goal for this release was to develop our WinRT offering to the point that we could push it from beta to final—so we added a few more controls and polished some of its existing features. Now, we're proud to a... [More]

Mapping with Shawty: A Guide to GIS

GIS Succinctly is the newest member of our Succinctly series of e-books. Written by Peter Shaw (@shawty_ds on Twitter), the book guides you from working with spatially enabled data to building your own .NET mapping application. The book starts with a conceptual overview of the pieces in a typical GI... [More]

Real-Time Data with the PivotGrid Control

Our latest white paper, written by Syncfusion Director of Technical Support Clay Burch and OLAP-WPF team member Suriya Prakasam R., examines the power of Syncfusion's PivotGrid control in situations that involve dynamically changing data. However, the authors don't settle by showing you how to set u... [More]

The Future is Mobile

Because I'm friends with a bunch of tech geeks, I'm always around the latest mobile devices. Some of my friends have Androids. Others have iPhones. A select few have Windows Phones. One friend has a cell phone the size of a tablet—a monstrosity that neither fits in his pocket nor his palm, yet he in... [More]