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]

Webinar on the Syncfusion Big Data Platform

On Tuesday, March 15, Syncfusion hosted a webinar demonstrating how the Syncfusion Big Data Platform makes developing and deploying a big data solution much easier. Marissa Keller Outten, director of business development at Syncfusion, moderated the webinar, and Daniel Jebaraj, vice president of pro... [More]

Syncfusion 2015 Tech Gift Guide

The holidays are here, but it doesn’t quite feel like it at the Syncfusion RTP office. We’ve done what we can. Strings of LED lights outline doorways and cubicle walls. A well-decorated synthetic tree, assembled by yours truly, stands next to the front desk. The music in the halls jingles on about w... [More]

Cortana and Siri Forced to Make Room for M

Apple’s personal assistant Siri has been a pop-culture icon in United States since its debut three years ago in iOS 5. Google Now has been on Android devices since 2012, but it doesn’t get much notice, probably because it lacks an identifiable personality. It’s more superb voice command interface... [More]

Test Driving Windows 10

Wednesday, July 29, Windows 10 began rolling out to 190 countries around the world. To celebrate the event, Microsoft held launch parties in Sydney, Nairobi, London, New York City, and Seattle, to name a few, and every Microsoft Store in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Canada held special in-store ac... [More]

Visual Studio 2015: It’s Happening!

We have a date! The official Visual Studio 2015 release is set to be July 20.S. Somasegar, corporate vice president of the Developer Division at Microsoft, announced on his blog that Visual Studio 2015, along with Team Foundation Server 2015 and .NET Framework 4.6, will be available for download... [More]