Tweets by @Actipro
Please take some time to learn more about us and our product offerings.
Quarter 2 of 2009 was extremely busy for us. It saw the introduction of two new major WPF products: SyntaxEditor for WPF and Editors for WPF. Both were part of the WPF Studio 2009.1 release and WPF Studio customers with active subscriptions received them free.
This release also included a new, more cost-effective bundle called WPF Essentials, which includes Docking/MDI, Editors, Navigation, Ribbon, Wizard, and the Shared Library, all for the low cost of $399. If you are looking to get into WPF development, you won’t find a better bundle than that.
Since the release, we have continued enhancing our SyntaxEditor and Editors products. SyntaxEditor saw UI-related find/replace functionality added and languages started using the service locator pattern. Editors added a new TimeSpanEditBox and interop functionality was provided that allowed Editors to be easily used within PropertyGrid. We added support for the Microsoft Pixel Shader Effects (WPF FX) Library with our transition controls.
Here is a quick categorized list of blog postings made in quarter 2 of 2009. Sorry this is coming very late but better late than never! We’ll make sure we are more on schedule next time.