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Sean Lawyer

As one of GrapeCity’s product managers, Sean Lawyer enjoys creating awesome new software tools with the GrapeCity team. Before starting his career in the software industry more than 20 years ago, Sean earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science and Mathematics from Duke University. In his free time, he enjoys recreational mathematics, role-playing games, and solving puzzles.

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What's New in Spread.NET 12: Improved Performance, Upgrades, and Features

Spread.NET 12 includes a wide variety of enhancements that improve performance, upgrading experience, and Excel-like features.

New Excel-like Features in Spread's .NET Spreadsheet

Spread.NET 12 includes a wide variety of enhancements that improve performance, upgrading experience, and Excel-like features.

Implement More Excel-like Features and Maintain Backwards Compatibility with Spread for WinForms 12

Spread for WinForms 12 introduces new default behaviors that make the spreadsheet control easier to operate and more Excel-like by default.

Introducing New Flat-Style Changes for Spread.NET Windows Forms 12

Spread.NET Windows Forms 12 introduces a new flat-style model with many new enhancements.

Now shipping: Spread.NET 11, Service Pack 2

This release features a number of very important changes to the Windows Forms control, and all users who are upgrading from previous releases to this release need to be aware of these changes and how they'll affect your applications.

How to generate Excel spreadsheets in code with Documents for Excel

Not sure where to start with the new Documents for Excel API? Here are the basics, plus a little deeper look into what you can do with charts and pivot tables with no Excel dependency.

Spread.NET 11 Service Pack 1 is Released

I'm happy to announce the release of Spread.NET 11.45.20181.0 (Service Pack 1)! This release features a number of very important changes to the Windows Forms control, and all users who are upgrading from previous releases to this release need to be aware of these changes and how they'll impact your applications.

Video - How to programmatically generate Excel files with Spread.Services

In this one-hour webinar video, you'll learn how to generate advanced Excel files on the server using .NET Core 2.0, .NET Framework, Mono, Xamarin, or iOS. No Excel needed!

Webinar: How to Programmatically Generate Excel Files with Spread.Services

Learn how to generate advanced Excel files on the server using .NET Core 2.0, .NET Framework, Mono, Xamarin, or iOS. No Excel needed!

SpreadJS DevChannel 11.0.2 Hotfix Available

DevChannel builds are untested and are meant for preview only. It is not recommended to use them in production environments. This DevChannel update includes bug fixes, a library update, and Server-Side Excel I/O Component updates.