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]

ASP.NET Core Webinar—Syncfusion Answers Your Questions

Syncfusion recently hosted a webinar on our new ASP.NET Core support. We were thrilled to receive so much interest on the topic, but unfortunately didn’t have enough time to answer every we question we received. To make up for that, we are answering some of those questions today.Will this recordi... [More]

Linux Hosts JavaScript Foundation

The Linux Foundation has announced that it is creating the JS Foundation, a Linux Foundation Project. The purpose of the JS Foundation is to provide guidance regarding best practices when creating JavaScript projects, and is part of the continued support for common standards and practices that the L... [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]

Aurelia-Syncfusion Bridge

Today we’re pleased to announce that the Syncfusion JavaScript library officially supports the Aurelia client framework. Our team has been working with the Aurelia team for the past couple of months to make this happen. We would especially like to thank Nikolaj Ivancic and Daniel Bendel from the... [More]

Companies Support the Developer Community

Syncfusion prides itself on being an active member of the development community, and so we are always excited to see other companies contribute as well. This week, Twitter announced that it is open-sourcing Heron, its powerful real-time analytics solution. Written in standard Java, C++, and Python l... [More]