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Although there are some that still prefer native approaches, HTML5 form is quickly gaining traction as an up-and-coming component suite within the development industry, and for good reason.
According to a new Deloitte study, today's mobile app users are becoming less interested in downloading new mobile applications, a finding that's sparking concerns in the application development community.
Legacy applications such as spreadsheets can hold users back from developing their data-crunching abilities, restricting their productivity and curtailing the effectiveness of analytics initiatives.
One of the main advantages of using HTML5 form for e-commerce apps is its inherent ability to easily change with the retailer's offerings.
As mobile devices become a more important part of business operations, it will be important for decision-makers to explore what HTML5 can offer to their software needs.
According to Gartner research, the IoT will sustain its outward expansion, growing to reach an estimated 26 billion units by 2020.
Export capabilities are a great feature for any grid or chart, and it is a common requirement to use the data or visualization from these controls in reports. ComponentOne ASP.NET Wijmo has an export service which caters to this requirement for ASP.NET Wijmo Controls and widgets.
There are several strategies and considerations decision-makers must make to ensure that their mobility plans will in fact bolster their staff members' abilities in and out of the office.
Find out why Jeffrey Palermo and the team of Clear Measure turned to ComponentOne when they needed quick and reliable controls.
This video case study showcases how Jeffrey Palermo and the team of Clear Measure used ComponentOne Studio for LightSwitch and Wijmo when they created their client's application.
Trendlines are an important tool to express trends in data visualization controls like charts. Showing trends for yearly sales or profit is a common business requirement. With 2014 v2 release ComponentOne ASP.NET Wijmo, Charts now support this important feature.
When a person falls ill, they must call their physician's office and arrange for an appointment, or face the dreaded waiting room at the nearby hospital. However, new healthcare apps look to change all this.