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Our Plan for Sim-Shipping with VS 11

For several months, we’ve been working with the preview version of Visual Studio 11 and initiating development of Windows 8-WinRT components. The Visual Studio 11 beta, made available at the end of February 2012, has enabled us to bring these components closer to completion over the last few weeks. Our product teams are working to complete these components for release with the 2012 Volume 3 version of Essential Studio.

Our ASP.NET MVC, Mobile MVC, ASP.NET, WPF, and Silverlight product teams have also been working to ensure compatibility with Visual Studio 11 and to leverage advances in .NET 4.5.

Syncfusion will simultaneously ship Essential Studio for Visual Studio 11 when Visual Studio 11 is released.

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