With over 30 touch friendly components, the toolkit contains all the components that are typically required for building line-of-business mobile applications.
We are always enhancing existing components with new functionality and adding new components with every major release. We also publish monthly service packs which includes bug fixes.
We believe that good performance is critical for delivering a good user experience so we ensure that all our components have been designed and built with getting the best possible performance.
All the components have been completely re-imagined for working with touch input.
Includes complete support for MVVM enabling you to create robust scalable and testable applications.
Easily migrate to Universal Windows Apps since the components share a similar API.
There are several unique components like the Microsoft Word like Rich text editor control, full-fledged Excel/Word/PDF libraries and a robust diagramming framework.
Complete integration within Visual Studio includes toolbox integration, enhanced designer experience, NuGet support and intellisense comments.
We include all the self-help resources required to easily integrate our components within your applications like documentation, knowledge base articles, tutorial samples and real word samples.
Visual Studio 2015 Compatible
Here are some screenshots from our samples. You can also view or install the live demos.
Our offering for Windows Phone adds named destinations and table styles for PDF documents and annotations—such as circle, rectangle, polygon, and text markup—that can be flatten to prevent editing.
Add named destinations in PDF documents using Essential PDF.
Add table styles similar to Microsoft Word to PDF grids and light tables in Essential PDF.
Prevent unwanted edits by flattening annotations.
Thank you very much Syncfusion for making our life simple and smart.
Invensys Development Center India Pvt. Ltd
A creator of online tutorials for Microsoft technologies,your controls helped to provide a rich user experience. I wanted a look and feel like a Windows Store app and the ‘Tiles’ are useful for that.