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A Guide to Angular Security and Authentication with JSON Web Tokens

In this article, we’ll discuss vulnerabilities that can occur with Angular application(s) and the best ways to avoid these vulnerabilities.

4Devs talk .NET Core 3, Microsoft, Visual Studio 19 and more (Video)

Four GrapeCity developers talk about .NET Core 3, Microsoft open-sourcing WPF and WinForms, and what to expect from Visual Studio 19.

Check out our DEVintersection 2018 Recap

GrapeCity dishes the details of 2018's DEVintersection conference!

Developer Horror Stories - True Tales of Programming Horror

From coding mishaps to deleting files and internal sites, seven GrapeCity software developers share some of their scariest, cringe-worthy developer horror stories.

The Growth of Major Programming Languages

In this article, we’ll cover the top 5 programming languages and how some of them have extraordinarily grown over the last few years. The languages include Python, JavaScript, C++, C# and Java.

Getting started with GrapeCity Documents for Excel, Java Edition on Windows, MAC, and Linux

Introducing the launch of several new product lines, Documents for Word (GcWord),GrapeCity Documents for Excel – Java Edition (GcExcel Java), and GrapeCity Documents for PDF (GcPDF) v2.0.0.

What's New in GcDocuments: New APIs for Word, Excel, and More

Introducing the launch of several new product lines, Documents for Word (GcWord),GrapeCity Documents for Excel – Java Edition (GcExcel Java), and GrapeCity Documents for PDF (GcPDF) v2.0.0.

Introducing GrapeCity Documents for Excel, Java Edition

GrapeCity Documents enters into the Java market with the same GcExcel .NET version that now works in Java.

What's New in GrapeCity Documents for PDF v2

We are happy to announce the new release of GrapeCity Documents for PDF v2.0.0. GcPDF adds more powerful features to program with PDF documents in .NET Standard 2.0 targeted applications.

.NET Conf 2018 Recap

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