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60034 Apr 26,2007 03:47 PM UTC Apr 27,2007 12:10 PM UTC ASP.NET Web Forms (Classic) 1
Tags: GridGroupingControl
Lan Mo
Asked On April 26, 2007 03:47 PM UTC

I have been using Syncfuction studio since 2004 and our windows product has been developed using Syncfuction studio (windows form).

now, I am going to develop our product support web site using ASP.NET2.0 AND vs2005 and need to decide if I'll use Syncfusion studio ASP.NET components in my development.

I do like your Syncfusion Support web site:

I would like to know whether you developed this web site by using your own Syncfusion studio tools or something else. Any suggestion for my development tool selection?

Thanks in advance.


Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On April 27, 2007 12:10 PM UTC

Hi Lan,

We are glad to have you as a long time customer.

We are beginning to slowly use our controls ASP.Net controls in our website. You see the website was developed years before our ASP.Net control suite was available and so we didn't get to use our controls in this site.

We haven't used any other 3rd party controls in this site either.

We of course do strongly encourage you to use our ASP.Net Suite which borrows a lot from our Windows Forms suite in terms of patterns, features and functionality. So, if you liked our Windows Forms suite, you will like our ASP.Net suite too.



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