DevExpress Releases Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 Compatible Development Tools

DevExpress is proud to announce the immediate availability of its Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 compatible software development toolset. Whether targeting WinForms, ASP.NET, WPF, Silverlight, or XAML, DevExpress technologies help enhance the developer experience by accelerating productivity via an integrated suite of developer-optimized technologies. Today, software users are demanding more from software engineers. The pressure to deliver more features with higher quality in less time has never been greater. Furthermore, as the complexity of software systems increases, so do the challenges confronting developers. These challenges include an ever-increasing set of tedious tasks that consume precious time and can conspire to erode both creativity and productivity. The DevExpress product line for Visual Studio 2013 allows developers and managers to meet these increased demands for application quality and functionality, by boosting productivity and delivering next-generation capabilities to meet today’s business needs and tomorrow’s business requirements. Read the full Press Release here.



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