400+ Fast, Extensible Controls
Using the same control in two platforms? No problem. Our API is unified across platforms for easy migration and built to be extended.
Powerful Server-Side Web APIs
Empower and extend your web apps with a server-side API that includes services for imaging, Excel, barcode, data engine, PDF, and reporting.
Specialized Controls for Enterprises
Take your enterprise apps even further with specialized Financial Charting, BI/PivotTables, Excel UI, and the ability to customize FlexReport Designer.
.NET Standard Service Components
.NET Standard service components for connecting to, managing and integrating data from different data sources.
Full Visual Studio 2019 and Windows 10 Support
Seamless Visual Studio 2019 integration means you won't compromise functionality for older apps, and you'll still get full support for modern operating systems.
We're excited to announce the ComponentOne 2020 v2 release is now available. This release is packed with many big changes, including the first look at our .NET 5 controls, .NET Core 3.1 support, new WinForms, WPF, Blazor, and ASP.NET MVC controls, and some important licensing changes. With this release, we are also merging our Ultimate and Studio Enterprise bundles into a single bundle that gives you everything ComponentOne has to offer!
Find Out What's New in ComponentOne 2020 v2
.NET Core 3.1 Support and .NET 5 CTP Available
With 2020 v2, all WinForms, WPF, ASP.NET Core, and Blazor controls are now .NET Core 3.1 compatible. In addition, the CTP of a new set of .NET 5-based WinForms and WPF controls is now available. These controls take advantage of new features added to .NET 5. without compromising on performance & architecture.
Blazor Charts and WebAssembly Support
Our new Blazor Edition expands this release with the addition of FlexChart and WebAssembly support for all controls. Now you can add charts to your Blazor Server and WebAssembly apps with FlexChart, allowing you to choose from a comprehensive list of popular chart types including clustered, stacked, and composite plots.