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Charting 101 – Webcast

Watch the video and download the samples used in the webcast.

OLAP Reports

ComponentOne OLAP for WinForms is a suite of 5 controls used to provide data analysis in the form of pivot tables and charts. With its ad-hoc view creating abilities, you can deliver an endless amount of data views to end-users. This limitless analysis yields less code maintenance for adding new views requested by users down the road.

The State of Web Development in VS2010

In case you missed my webcast on MSDN, here are the video and slides. This webcast covered all of the different web development options we have in VS2010. We also take a look at how web development has evolved and exploded into a really rich set of options. It is worth a look if you are trying to wrap your head around everything in vs2010.

Windows Phone 7 Controls

You may have heard today the Windows Phone developer tools are final. So now you may be wondering...since Windows Phone is basically Silverlight 3, does that mean you can use ComponentOne Silverlight 3 controls in WP7 apps?

New Webcast!

Charting 101 Webcast (1:30PM EDT on September 22): reserve your seat today!

OLAP Beta Controls Put to the Test

A previewer of the ComponentOne OLAP for Silverlight Beta controls sent me a link to a site he made using the controls. He's allowed me to show some screenshots and describe the functionality a bit.

GridView Extravaganza!

This week I gave a webcast on our own GridView for ASP.NET AJAX and all of the cool things you can do with it. Check out the video here:

Webcast Ideas?

Please share topics you'd like to learn more about.  This will help shape our future Webcasts!

RIA Services, LINQ to Entities and C1DataGrid

Creating your app the best, cleanest way from the start is everyone's main objective when starting out or starting over. Everyone strives for that "n-tier" architecture in their application design, and by that I mean having each tier of the application in its own separate and distinct layer (presentation, data, business, etc). This architecture leads to cleaner designs and scalability because developers only have to modify or add specific layers when it comes time to change the UI screens or the underlying technology, etc. A full-blown rewrite is no longer necessary.