Sometimes when i get examples back from the syncfusion support team they are provided in a range of formats.
Sometimes they are a zip file that contains vs code files, other times it might be a zip file of a visual studio project, sometimes its stackblitz and sometimes its codesandbox. There are other formats i have received too.
I think it would be beneficial for the support team to choose a particular format and then always provide that format so that opening up and testing the provided examples is a lot easier. If we get zip files then we have to unzip, then load them up in the application and then run etc etc. I personally prefer codesandbox (mainly because ive not used other online tools) but think that always providing an online example where we can open it up and see the solution a lot quicker would be a better form of support.
DJDavis Jebaraj Syncfusion Team May 10, 2019 08:25 AM
Thanks for bringing this aspect to our attention. We do have guidelines for how support samples should be provided, but since we support a number of platforms, the requirements are different for each platform. We will standardize on the following format and delivery systems as detailed below.