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Increase the Loading Speed in your .NET DataMap

In this article, we will discuss how to use a custom ComboBox Editor in order to speed up the loading of a .NET DataMap.

Introducing GrapeCity Documents for Word API for .NET Standard 2.0

If you're working with Microsoft Word documents in .NET Standard 2.0 applications, you’ll likely need to share private information (invoices, reports, or other sensitive documents) with other groups inside or outside of your organization. Typically, you'd use the Microsoft Office API. But the Office API poses some limitations.

How to Generate Word Documents in Code with GrapeCity Documents for Word API

Engineered for top speed, GrapeCity Documents for Word (GcWord) is a high-performance Word API that offers a complete solution to working with Word documents in .NET Standard 2.0 applications.

Getting started with Documents for Word on Windows, Mac, and Linux

In this tutorial, we'll build a .NET Core console application with GcWord in Visual Studio for Windows and MAC, and Visual Studio Code for Linux.

How to Ink Annotations in UWP Apps

In this article, we’ll examine how you can combine Windows Ink with FlexChart in UWP apps to write and draw annotations on a chart's surface.

.NET Conf 2018 Recap

The 2018 Microsoft .NET Conf featured announcements, interesting demos, and a sampling of what’s coming to .NET.

Creating a Custom DropDownTree Control (Source Code Included)

Learn about the Wijmo DropDownTree Control

Tips for Building Adaptive Apps with Xamarin.Forms - Part 3

In this blog, we'll examine new tools introduced in Xamarin.Forms 3.0 for building adaptive apps including the Visual State Manager and the FlexLayout container.

Building a Business Intelligence Progressive Web Application (Source Code Included)

In this article, we describe how we implemented MyBI as a regular web app, and then show how we upgraded it to a progressive web app.

Using Custom Functions with an Excel API in .NET Applications

Learn how to create and add a custom function to your .NET apps with GcExcel in this tutorial.