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Countdown: Top 3 user application complaints

In order to address user needs, developers must understand what individuals look for in an app, and perhaps more importantly, their biggest complaints.

App strategy hinges on overall user experience

Although it would make sense to go with HTML5 development to suit all mobile users, most app builders are choosing native coding for their products.

Organizations find new uses for Excel

Many organizations hold onto tried-and-true technological assets that they've used for years — nowhere is this more prevalent than the continued use of Excel software.

.NET, HTML5 development reign in mobile development approaches

While many organizations have taken to using Java and .NET approaches over the years, HTML5 development is emerging as a more powerful asset.

Error #2014 in ActiveReports 8 Server on Mac OS X

The current iteration of the Adobe Flash player plugin ( has a known conflict with ActiveReports 8 Server.  The error occurs in both Firefox and Safari with this version of Adobe Flash when opening a report in design mode and selecting a table or chart control from the report page.  Flash will then display an alert for error 2014 – Feature is not available at this time.

Web development improves, but native still reigns

As more mobile devices enter the workplace, it will be integral to consider what software building components will be most beneficial and will likely produce a successful program.

Benefits and risks with spreadsheets: Erroneous inputs

Although theoretically outmoded, spreadsheets continue to hold a significant role in the enterprise and must strive to incorporate emerging tools to simplify user applications.

Don't neglect iPhone development

Businesses can help improve the quality of iPhone app performance by investing in ASP.NET controls and other tools intended specifically for iPhone development.

HTML5 evolution proves its advantages over native applications

Developers are increasingly gravitating toward HTML5 widgets but the debate remains as to whether it is better than creating a native application.

Team Wijmo's Recap on Fluent Conference 2014

The Wijmo Team had a great time at the Fluent Conference this year.  This was our third year in a row and each year we attend it gets more amazing.   We wanted to take the time to thank the organizers for putting everything together and wanted to thank all of those that took some time to stop by out booth and chat with the team.

HowTo: Copy & Paste Multiline text within C1FlexGrid

Here in this blog, let's discuss how to copy and paste  multiline text within C1FlexGrid. In order to enable copying text with new line character and pasting it as it is in another cell you would need to handle the clipboard functionality manually.

Evolving capabilities mitigate HTML5 development fears

As a relatively young technology, HTML5 has a lot to prove to users and so far, developers are approaching the code with some hesitation.

Coding differences influence program capabilities

As the languages expand their uses, it will be necessary for decision makers to decide what their goal is and leverage the codes to achieve these aims.

HTML5 surges in mobile development as Silverlight fades

With the impending discontinuation of Microsoft Silverlight, HTML5 serves as a potential replacement for companies looking for a viable change.

How to succeed in enterprise mobility without really trying

The rise of enterprise mobile apps is revamping the approach needed for custom software development.

Chart Grouping and Aggregation

The C1Chart control supports built-in grouping and aggregation. This allows you to display summarized data in a chart without the extra work of grouping the data yourself. In this blog post I’ll show you two ways you can take advantage of the built-in grouping and aggregation features found in ComponentOne Chart for WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone and WinRT XAML.

App complexity gives way to HTML5 development capabilities

The app building process is substantially more challenging and intensive than it may appear on the surface.

What's New in XAML 2014 v1

This first release of 2014 adds powerful new features to Chart, FlexGrid, Calendar, RadialMenu, and Maps, and we've added accessibility features across the whole studio. Let me take you through each major new item.

Introducing Our New MVC 5 Tools

We have been supporting MVC for about 3 years in our Studio for ASP.NET Wijmo. I am now proud to announce our new MVC 5 Tools. Our new tools include: