Posts tagged with 'angular'
Whether or not you have a human Valentine today, we know you have a tool or two for which you might compose a sonnet or two. Here's a quick list of our most lovable developer tools.
All four of our current product lines—ComponentOne, ActiveReports, Spread, and Wijmo—have merged into a single site, providing you with one easy location for support, forums, blogs, news, and product information.
We're sorry to say that we introduced a minor glyph bug in build 403. In Chrome for macOS, 4 of the wijmo glyphs do not render correctly. The broken glyphs are calendar, clock, minus, and plus.
Build 5.20173.403 has released. It includes a huge list of bug fixes, nice new OLAP features, FlexGrid performance improvements, and some very cool samples.
In 2018, in addition to continuing to work with you to improve Wijmo and add the features you want, we'll continue to keep apace with industry changes in frameworks and technologies.
The Angular CLI (Command Line Interface) has become the most popular addition to the Angular developer’s toolbox, allowing automation of the many challenges that come with developing with Angular, making it easier to get started. Since Spread.Sheets can work with Angular, it's only natural that developers may want to use Spread.Sheets with the Angular CLI. This tutorial demonstrates how to automate the creation of a simple Angular application with Spread.Sheets.
Wijmo’s third major release of 2017 has landed, and it includes major performance improvements, comprehensive accessibility support, Angular 5 support, and a long list of bug fixes!
We're proud to announce that Wijmo supports Angular v5 in our current released build (5.20172.359). Upgrading Wijmo’s Angular support has been very smooth thanks to the stability of Angular.
GrapeCity's Kelley Ricker, Christian Gaetano, Troy Taylor and Justin Mack discuss the new ComponentOne Xamarin Edition beta release, what's new with Angular 4, and Christian's upcoming ebook!
At GrapeCity, we look forward every year to the results from StackOverflow's excellent developer survey. The research is invaluable to help us develop our roadmaps, understand where developers are headed, and what they're thinking about. Here are a few highlights from my first glance at the StackOverflow Developer Survey Results.
I attended the 11th anniversary of the Silicon Valley Code Camp this year on October 1st and 2nd in San Jose California. When I speak around the country and get into a discussion about community driven conferences like Code Camp’s, I encourage whomever I am talking to that they should attend this Code Camp just once, since it’s the largest in America (maybe the world) and is my favorite one.