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Why Animation Matters in Mobile Apps

Why does animation matter in a mobile device? Because I expect my phone to behave like objects in the real world.

Top 3 reasons why HTML 5 is the gold standard for mobile development

When it comes to a platform you need to launch a successful business app, you want something that will be able to keep pace with the times. HTML5 is the answer.

A look at how some apps achieved success

By highlighting the stories of how some different apps found their success, we will seek to identify these different components of success.

Windows programs become more accessible with support for .NET on mobile

Microsoft made a recent direction to promote more support for other devices and embrace the mobile community at large.

HTML5 and the future of shopping

HTML5 is taking over the mobile market.

The iPhone 6, the smartwatch and new potential for enterprise apps

Two new Apple devices hold significant possibilities for enterprise app creation. 

What does Apple's Swift language mean for iOS development?

The arrival of Swift signals changes for Objective-C as well as a transitional period for native Apple developers and system-agnostic programmers.

Optimizing mobile app development in the face of complexity

While they are setting the pace for analytics and business intelligence programs in the enterprise, mobile apps pose challenges to developers.

Riding the wave of mobile BI

Mobile business intelligence will be an integral part of virtually every organization's analytics strategy going forward.

Must have features for business applications and app stores

When developing a business application or app store, organizations should ensure that their program or platform includes the features that users are looking for.

HTML5 could boost Google's search abilities

HTML5 has made significant headway in the mobile market, and while it's evolving, developers should learn how to work with it to leverage competitive advantages.

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.

The rapid rise of HTML5

Organizations will need to ensure that they support HTML5 development by providing the appropriate tools and support users will need to use the system effectively to create successful applications.

iPhone 6 release: When will it happen and what will change?

The iPhone 6 has been subject to rampant speculation over the past few months, with rumors swirling about the way Apple designers would enhance one of their signature products.

ComponentOne Studio Enterprise 2012 v3 is shipping now!

A few weeks ago we shared with you the introduction of two new Studio suites, Studio for WinRT XAML and Studio for WinJS. Now we have even more exciting news, these new Studio’s are now part of the Studio Enterprise family of products. Studio Enterprise has been enhanced and its line-up includes:

ComponentOne Studio Installation on VS2010 Express

Many customers face problems while running our ComponentOne Studio installers on VS2010 Express. When the installer is launched, a message is shown that you need to Install Visual Studio 2010 and the .Net 4.0 framework.

Silent Installation of ComponentOne Installers

Many customers have asked us whether there is any way to silently install C1 installer on a computer. When we normally run C1 installer it requires local administrator rights and asks permission to make an entry to the registry.

C1NavigationList in Right to Left Direction

C1NavigationList by default opens up from Left to Right. But in case if someone wants to render text from right to left and have the transition from right to left then please go through the blog below.

C1NavigationList as TreeView

On a number of occasions, you wish you had something like a treeview for the iPhone where you could expand and collapse items. C1NavigationList makes it possible as it supports a number of ItemTypes (eg. HeaderItem, InputItem, GroupItem, etc).