Posts tagged with 'release'
It's July, and that means it's time for the second major release of ComponentOne Ultimate. Check out the highlights in the GrapeCity video below.
The 2017 v2 release packs a number of updates for the Xaml platforms (including WPF, UWP, and Xamarin). While our ComponentOne Xamarin Edition controls leave beta (which you can read more about here), both WPF and UWP have a number of substantial new features in this release that will be of interest for most developers. In this article, we'll give a broad overview here of what's coming in Xaml 2017 v2.
Build 293 has released, and it has added over 300 lessons in our new LearnWijmo app as well as some updates to support Angular 4 and TypeScript 2.2.
In this article, we'll go through some common issues that can come up in Xuni deployment, and provide some solutions for these common cases.
We've just released Build 207 and it includes some huge interop improvements, nice new features, some new samples and, of course, bug fixes.
Our DevChannel delivers pre-release previews of next version builds and hot fixes. The first entry is a preview build of v10 which is due to release in November. This build has an early version of the new client-side ExcelIO feature. You can now implement Excel import and export functionality on the client and you no longer need to implement the .NET server component. This makes Spread.Sheets applications much easier to distribute and removes dependencies on IIS. Keep in mind that this is a very early preview and many Excel features are not yet supported. We have a special DevChannel forum in which you can discuss any problems you may be having.
Our summer release is only six weeks away, so I thought I'd give you a heads-up on what we'll be releasing in mid-July! There's a lot of familiar ground here--we continue to refactor our grid, chart, and report controls, ensuring that they're fast, flexible, feature-rich and still boast a small footprint. FlexChart and FlexReport are branching out, going from the current beta status to full launches in several platforms. We're also introducing Financial Chart as a beta into WinForms, UWP, and WPF.
We work very closely with our customers to fix bugs quickly and to add new features in a timely manner. Our release process involves very thorough QA so we normally do not publish a build for 1-2 weeks after it drops.