Syncfusion Attending NG-CONF

In just one week, ng-conf, the world’s original Angular conference, will be held in Salt Lake City. The event boasts a stacked lineup of sessions and workshops showcasing the great tooling that Angular provides. Syncfusion is proud to be a silver sponsor for the event, and our very own Alicia Mor... [More]

Syncfusion 2016 Tech Gift Guide

It’s the gift-giving season again, and time is running out. With traveling, cooking, remembering to unplug the inflatable decorations, keeping an eye on the weather, and all the other anxiety-inducing tasks at hand, it’s easy for people on your list to slip your mind and look at you with empty ha... [More]

Code.gov Officially Launches

In August, the White House released the Federal Source Code Policy which outlined a two-pronged plan to merge open source ideology with government software development: all newly written federal government software would be available for reuse across all agencies, and all federal agencies would r... [More]

U.S. Government Goes Open Source

Back in March, the White House released a draft of a Federal Source Code policy for public comment. The purpose of this policy was to “require new software developed specifically for or by the Federal Government to be made available for sharing and re-use across Federal agencies.” In other words,... [More]

15 Years of Doing More

Syncfusion has always pushed itself beyond the boundaries of what is expected of component vendors. From the first release of Essential Suite in 2002, we made the source code of our components available so that developers could wring from them precisely the functionality they needed. When we debuted... [More]

Visual Studio Code Reaches 1.0

Less than a year after its announcement, Visual Studio Code has hit the 1.0 milestone. Visual Studio Code is a free, open source edition of Visual Studio built around a simplified, uncluttered code editor and integrated debuggers for web technologies. Though its features may seem limited, its audien... [More]