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Adventures in Angular: Replacing Silverlight with Wijmo and Angular with Chris Bannon and Bernardo Castilho

Earlier in the month two of my colleagues, Bernardo and Chris were guests on Adventures in Angular. Adventures in Angular is a weekly show dedicated to the AngularJS framework. The co-hosts for the episode titled, “Replacing Silverlight with Wijmo and Angular with Chris Bannon and Bernardo Castilho,” which aired on 1/08/2014, included Joe Eames, Charles Max Wood and John Papa.

Getting Started with TreeMap for Studio ASP.NET Wijmo

Treemaps are an unique way of visualizing hierarchical data, they can be used to represent financial data, space usage or to visualize any hierarchical data. The ComponentOne TreeMap control displays hierarchical data as a set of nested rectangles where the area of each rectangle is proportional to its value.  Let's see how to get started with Treemap for ASP.NET Wijmo.

Getting Started with MAP for ASP.NET Wijmo

In 2014 V3 release this year, we added new map control to Studio ASP.NET Wijmo, if you are developing an application that uses geographical data then the ComponentOne Map is a great way to visualize that data. The maps controls has built-in support for Bing Maps and also supports custom sources. Let's see how we can get started with the Map control for ASP.NET Wijmo.

What Was Added to SpreadJS in 2014

In 2014, SpreadJS was updated three times and the version numbers coincided with the year and release: 2014 v1, v2, and v3. This list is arranged by release, starting with the most recent.

ComponentOne Spread with jQuery Calendar

ComponentOne Spread for ASP.Net provides several ways to show data for Date format. You may either use the built in DateTimeCellType which allows editing the date or you may use the Ajax Calendar Control inside ComponentOne Spread's cell. Recently a customer came up with an interesting question about using a jQuery control inside a cell replacing the Ajax calendar control. In this blog I am going to talk about replacing the Ajax calendar control with the jQuery date picker step by step:

FlexChart in SpreadJS

Wijmo5  offers a collection of client-side controls including FlexChart, FlexGrid and several other Input controls. The FlexChart control provides a powerful and flexible way to visualize data.You can use the FlexChart control to create charts that display data in several formats, including bar, line, symbol, bubble, and others.

[White Paper] Migrating from Silverlight to Wijmo 5

Learn how you can migrate an application away from Silverlight and into HTML5/JavaScript in this new white paper by ComponentOne CTO, Bernardo de Castilho. In the paper, Bernardo takes a simple Silverlight application and walks through, step-by-step, porting the ViewModel and the View into HTML5.

Join the Wijmo 5 Launch Event

Please join our live launch event for Wijmo 5, our brand new generation of JavaScript Controls! With the launch of Wijmo 5 we’ll introduce a new HTML5/JavaScript product that takes full advantage of all the latest and greatest web technologies without making compromises to support legacy browsers. This webcast will focus on the evolution of JavaScript controls, from jQueryUI-based widgets to Wijmo 5.

Welcome to Wijmo 5

Repost from Product Manager Chris Bannon http://wijmo.com/welcome-to-wijmo-5/

Getting Started with Trendlines for ComponentOne ASP.NET Wijmo Charts

Trendlines are an important tool to express trends in data visualization controls like charts. Showing trends for yearly sales or profit is a common business requirement. With 2014 v2 release ComponentOne ASP.NET Wijmo, Charts now support this important feature.

What's New in Studio for ASP.NET Wijmo 2014 v2

The ComponentOne 2014 v2 release is here! With this release we have added lots of new stuff to Studio for ASP.NET Wijmo with an emphasis on modern data visualization. In this blog post, I will  introduce to you the new controls and key features.

How to choose a Web design framework

Building Web platforms is challenging, and there's little room for error, but with the right tools and approach programmers can succeed.