Posts tagged with 'themes'
The ComponentOne teams continue to deliver more styling options and ready-to-use themes. We don't just update the color scheme; we also update layout and behavioral elements so your full application keeps to current trends. Let’s see we're including into our upcoming 2017 v3 release, available on November 15.
Beautify and modernize your WPF apps with the popular Cosmopolitan and Office 2013 themes, now available in Themes for WPF. The themes work in all standard Microsoft controls, so you no longer have to sacrifice aesthetics to get a sleek, clean look in your WPF apps.
In the third trimester release of Component One Studio for WinForms in 2013, ComponentOne Themes for WinForms made their debut, offering WinForms developers the opportunity to offer their end users a little more variety when it came to styling their application’s look and feel.
"New" is a relative term. For someone who has no prior experience of blazing fast performance, stable code, ease of use and reliability etc., the complete Studio For WinForms, is a new experience. For the rest of us, who have benefited with ComponentOne Studios, "New" means out of the box, "New" means taking something good and making it better.
Building a good application is so much like building a monument. Of course you can always build in any which way you like, but those monuments which stand the test of time are, more often than not, built with a lot of effort and hard work. They need a solid foundation, good design, and above all, a very basic need for them to be magnificent, their looks.
Studio Enterprise 2013 v3 is now available just one day after the release of Visual Studio 2013. Normally each release I post about what's new in all of the ComponentOne XAML studios in one post but this time i'm splitting out WinRT XAML from Silverlight and WPF because there's too much to mention for each studio. Studio for WinRT XAML continues to expand greatly (see my next post about that), while WPF and Silverlight have some exciting new stuff that's exclusive to these platforms such as themes and 3D charts. Let's run through what you'll find new inside Studio for WPF and Silverlight this release.