Syncfusion is happy to announce that we have an early
holiday present for you: Essential Studio 2016 Volume 4. New controls and
features abound in our last release of the year, as well as improvements you’ve
been requesting, to make your new year of development that much better. For a
detailed look at all of the Volume 4 release’s new additions, see our What’s New page. Here
are some of the highlights we’re most excited about.
users to select start and end dates from two inline calendars to create a
range. Users can choose from predefined ranges, such as a week, or pick their
and the tree grid control allows for column reordering.
Also new is Syncfusion’s JSP server-side wrapper. Over 40 of
For all our WPF and UWP developers, let our brand new
sunburst chart control shed some light on your hierarchical data. We’ve also
added z-axis support to charts for both platforms, and a tree grid control for
The center of the sunburst chart represents the root
level in a hierarchy.
As always, Xamarin’s offerings received a boost with this
release. Xamarin.Forms has a new list view control to render lists of items
that can then be grouped, sorted, and filtered. All three Xamarin platforms are
adding a PDF viewer control to navigate seamlessly through PDF files on Xamarin
applications, and all three have also improved their Excel filters and data
List view for
Syncfusion users can download their holiday treats by logging into their
Direct-Trac accounts. For those of you still considering whether Syncfusion’s
components are a fit for you or your company, we welcome you to take advantage
of our 30-day free trial to try out our controls and enterprise solutions, including the
Syncfusion Big Data, Dashboard, Data Integration, and Report Platforms. All the
Volume 4 controls and features will also be available for the trial. And when
you realize what a great gift our tools are for yourself and your development
team, take a look at our Flat-Fee License for the unlimited use of them, starting at $3,995 a year.
already downloaded our new release? Let us know what your favorite new addition
is in the comments below, or on Twitter or Facebook! In the meantime, happy holidays and happy developing!