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A Look at .NET Core 2.0 and .NET 2.0 Standard

Microsoft’s .NET Core 2.0 and the .NET Standard 2.0 specification have been finalized for a few weeks now, and we’re beginning to see new libraries to support them (such as our own Spread.Services and ComponentOne MVC Edition and Web API controls). For many users, it might not yet be clear why these technologies are important and how they’ll impact their work.

Migrating LightSwitch To HTML5: A look at ASP.NET Core Scaffolders and Code Generators

Microsoft recently announced that Visual Studio 2015 would be the last version to support LightSwitch and advised developers not to start new development using this platform. This has left many LOB developers looking for a stable, well-supported platform to replace LightSwitch, and moving from LightSwitch to HTML5 is one of the most suitable paths.

LightSwitch in Maintenance Mode: What does that mean for you?

Last week, Microsoft released big news in the world of LightSwitch: Microsoft has recommended that users not begin new application development with LightSwitch, as Visual Studio 2015 is the last release including the platform. Visual Studio 2015 will be active until October 13, 2020. As one commenter put it: "LightSwitch is dead, long live LightSwitch!"

Survey: How do you use open source solutions?

In our ongoing quest to serve you better, we've put together a survey entitled "How do you use open source?" We're planning to publish our results sometime this spring, and we'd love to hear from you.

Quick LightSwitch Application Powered by ActiveReports

With the ease of use that comes with the LightSwitch platform, it is, well, easy to understand why some developers like it. You can quickly create business apps in Visual Studio LightSwitch without much work and even without writing a single line of code.

4 Steps to Creating an Inverted DataGrid

Let's look at how we transpose a matrix so that rows become columns, and columns become rows, creating an inverted DataGrid.

All C1Studio Controls Compatible with ASP.NET 4.6.1 and up

Don't forget: Microsoft will end product support for .NET 4.0, 4.5, and 4.5.1 on Jan. 12, 2016. ComponentOne Studio controls will not be affected.

What's New in ComponentOne Studio v2.5: September Edition!

A host of enhancements and features have been added in CmoponentOne Studio v2.5, including compatibility with Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge browser.

Add a RangeSelector to FlexChart for Cloud Business Apps

Add a RangeSelector and browse the chart types in the FlexChart for LightSwitch Cloud Business Apps control.

What's New in ComponentOne Studio, 2015 v2

We're thrilled to announce the ship of our second major release of 2015! Below you'll find all the top features and enhancements, controls, and editions we're releasing.

Build vs. Buy: 3 Reasons to Build a Control, and 3 Reasons to Buy

To build or buy a control. How much are you willing to pay to make your life easier? What’s an hour of your time worth? Explore 3 thoughts on when to build and when to buy a control for your next project

GrapeCity 2015 Roadmap

This is the time of year in which our clients and many of my co-workers begin inquiring as to what lies ahead here at GrapeCity in 2015. I have tons of new and exciting stuff to share with you about our development efforts in 2015.

Display Row Index in C1FlexGrid for LightSwitch

With this blog, we will be discussing on how to display the Row Index in C1FlexGrid for LightSwitch while maintaining the delete icon and new row icon in row header of C1FlexGrid.

Custom Row Icons in C1FlexGrid for LightSwitch

With this blog, we will be discussing on how to implement customizations on the Row icons in C1FlexGrid for LightSwitch.