Syncfusion Steps Up Mobile App Dev with Expanded JavaScript Libraries

In recognition of the increasing use of JavaScript for line-of-business apps, Syncfusion new widgets for UI components including grids, charts, maps, gauges, list boxes and more, are now all touch-optimized for mobile development. Syncfusion specializes in development tools for the Microsoft .NET Framework. Each library ships with themes for iOS, Android and Windows to mirror the appearance of native apps on those OSes, along with a "flat" theme designed by Syncfusion. Mobile developers can use one of those themes or choose an automatic mode that modifies the appearance of a control according to what device is being used to render the app. Syncfusion said all the new libraries can work with the popular Knockout JavaScript framework. Check out the full details here.

Syncfusion recently updated their updated Essential Studio 2014 suite of tools including 27 new JavaScript libraries geared towards mobile app developers.

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