Infragistics Announces NetAdvantage for Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2010 Volume 1

Microsoft news: With support of Windows 7 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, Infragistics' flagship product provides .NET developers with the flexible, advanced .NET controls needed to rapidly build and style high-fidelity, full-featured line of business applications on every .NET platform – Windows Forms, WPF, ASP.NET and Silverlight.

Jason Beres, director of Product Management at Infragistics had the following to say: "This year, we will deliver three volumes of NetAdvantage for .NET in order to bring to market components that leverage the Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 RTM, Our aggressive roadmap proves our commitment to increasing the breadth and depth of every toolset while maintaining the best speed and performance the market has to offer. Our lightning fast grids and advanced functionality within our .NET controls enable .NET developers to concentrate on the business logic of the application and rely on NetAdvantage to create the UI with the best user experience possible."

With Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 support, Infragistics delivers even more compelling experiences with Windows Forms including in-process side-by-side hosting, multi-touch support for default gestures in Windows 7 and Windows 7 support. With .NET 4 Client Profile support, .NET developers can build NetAdvantage Windows Forms-powered applications using the recommended .NET 4 Client Profile build target in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. With a smaller working set of .NET 4 assemblies, Infragistics has dramatically improved the size, portability and performance of Windows Forms applications.

With .NET Framework 4.0 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 support, Infragistics continues to deliver the most comprehensive WPF component toolset available to address every line of business scenario, including establishing improved support for UI Automation, multi-touch support for default gestures on Windows 7 and improved accessibility support from the platform.

By integrating Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 functionality such as standards-compliant JavaScript IntelliSense engine, "One Click Deployment", Silverlight integration into ASP.NET projects and solutions and enhanced SharePoint design-time integration into the ASP.NET toolset, Infragistics continues to build new ASP.NET AJAX controls that enable developers to build line of business RIAs for incredible Web 2.0 experiences.

Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 brings a rich developer experience for building Silverlight applications. By investing in a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) drag and drop design surface, full property browsing support and enhanced debugging, Infragistics brings the Silverlight design-time experience that Windows Forms and ASP.NET developers have been accustomed to in Microsoft Visual Studio for years.

For a complete list of new features, visit :

www.infragistics.com/wfwhatsnew
www.infragistics.com/wpfwhatsnew
www.infragistics.com/aspnetwhatsnew
www.infragistics.com/silverlightwhatsnew

Microsoft news: Infragistics, a world leader in user interface (UI) development tools and experts in the User Experience (UX) market, announced today NetAdvantage for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2010 Volume 1

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