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A Tour of Syncfusion’s Volume 1, 2019 Updates

With the release of Volume 1, 2019, Syncfusion’s Essential Studio expands once again with new and improved features. New controls, improved functionality, and expanded platform support are highlights of Syncfusion’s quarterly update. To showcase the best features of this release, we held two webinars: “A Tour of Volume 1, 2019’s Updates to EJ2” and “A Tour of Volume 1, 2019: Updates to the Xamarin and Desktop Platforms.” In this blog post, we will provide the questions and answers from both of these webinars so that everyone interested in the highlights of Volume 1, 2019 can learn about its most compelling updates. If you want to see the full list of changes in this volume release, be sure to check out our What’s New page, and for a hands-on look, be sure to download a free, 30-day trial.


Do  you have tutorials to show how to use your new EJ2 controls?

Yes, we are working on a tutorial and plan to have it available within the next 20 days.


Since these are wrappers, what is the performance like with server-side Blazor?

You will have amazing performance on the server side. We address the most complex scenarios on our side to make sure we deliver high performance even in wrappers.


Are these controls included in the Community License?

Yes, they are included in our Community License as well.


When will your Blazor controls be released?

Right now, Razor Components are in early preview by Microsoft. Once they release a stable version, we will release our own stable version.


How stable are your Blazor components?

Our controls are derived from our EJ2 suite and have been thoroughly tested and are stable. Microsoft’s offerings are still in early preview, however, and there may be some issues on that side until the final build is available.


Are the Schedule and Grid controls included in Blazor?

Yes, they are included. In fact, all of our standard controls are available for a total of over 60 in the suite.


Is there a sample app demonstrating your Blazor controls?

Yes, we do have samples for our Blazor suite. You can check them out at


Will you be at Microsoft Build to showcase your Xamarin controls?

Yes, we will be available for the MS Build conference in Seattle, so don’t forget to come and visit us at booth 600. We are excited about the event and meeting you all!


Do you plan to add an end-to-end application generator to your control suites?

We don’t have immediate plans for this, but you can go to our feedback portal at and put in a request.


How can I try out your Xamarin controls?

You can learn more about our Xamarin offerings, including browsing samples and downloading a trial license, by visiting


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