Goodbye, Ballmer

Steve Ballmer is leaving his post as the CEO of Microsoft within the next year. For more than a decade, Ballmer has guided the corporation through a gamut of software and hardware development, including the world-dominating Windows XP operating system, the Xbox video game console that continues to r... [More]

Testing the Waters: NETPath at VS Live!

This blog was written by Mike Palmisano of Prospective Software, a Syncfusion partner. Many developers dream of the day they will go to market with new software. Recently,Prospective Software had the opportunity to do just that at Visual Studio Live! on Microsoft’s Redmond campus, and we thou... [More]

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]

Hello (Real) World

A Syncfusion intern transforms with company Like every college senior entering the fall semester, I was looking for an internship to end my college career with a bang, but I did not know where to begin. For weeks, I read through countless applications around the Triangle –the Raleigh, Dur... [More]

Jumping into JavaScript

Yesterday, we released our first set of client-side controls, Essential Studio for JavaScript, targeting enterprise developers. With this new suite, we seek to satisfy the stringent requirements of applications that mean serious business—we’re talking about tracking stocks, analyzing exp... [More]