Syncfusion Announces the Release of Essential Studio 2013 Volume 3

Syncfusion announced today that they have released their new Essential Studio 2013 Volume 3 which now includes a complete set of JavaScript frameworks, is now Microsoft LightSwitch compatible, and includes lots more options for enterprise developers who are developing for mobile devices. Syncfusion also now has the only client-side JavaScript controls on the market which are built specifically for complex enterprise development. These JavaScript controls now include grids, charts, and other essential UI components which means that enterprise JS apps are now a main focus for both Syncfusion and their customers. Essential Studio 2013 Volume 3 also now includes a powerful data grid for Windows Phone app development with a grid control for WinRT that has also been enhanced with several new features including nested grids and incremental loading. Check out all of the new details here.



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