Recap of Xamarin Dev Days in Chennai

This past Saturday, Syncfusion hosted its second Xamarin Dev Days this year. This time, the event was held in the city of Chennai in Tamil Nadu, India.The event provided attendees with an intense, hands-on learning experience for exploring mobile development. It started with an introduction to Xam... [More]

Be Empowered by Our Community License

The cost of development weighs heaviest on those who can least afford it. To ease that burden, this time a year ago, we made our Hobbyist Licenses available for Syncfusion’s JavaScript and WinRT suites, allowing individual developers to use all our JavaScript and WinRT controls in independently-publ... [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]

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]

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]