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Featured Tech Videos
With ASP.NET MVC, you can build standards-compliant, 100% native applications for mobile devices. This recorded webinar, presented by Syncfusion VP of Product Development Daniel Jebaraj, details the concepts behind using MVC for mobile apps and delves into an end-to-end sample, taking you though every step.
Davis Jebaraj, director of development for Syncfusion, explains why ASP.NET MVC is an excellent choice for mobile development if you are looking to target different devices with different views.
Daniel Jebaraj, VP of Product Development at Syncfusion, discusses Metro Studio 1: a suite of over 600 free Metro icons. Additionally, he looks at how Metro theming in Windows 8 will change how applications are developed.
Syncfusion Metro Studio is a collection of over 600 metro style icon templates that can be easily customized to create thousands of unique metro icons using an intuitive customization tool. It is the only icon collection that you will ever need for building metro style applications.
Azure SQL Reporting Services allows you to create highly scalable, standards-based RDL reports in a cloud environment; Syncfusion Essential Studio Reporting Editions' RDL compatibility allows you to render those reports in your own application on the client side. Learn how to build scalable reports in 30 minutes.
Entity Framework technical obstacles should be irrelevant. The desire for large models is misplaced and, even if technically feasible, you should avoid them. The best approach is to design large applications in modular fashion with several moderately sized models, one for each module "domain".
Want to build your application in an EF Code-First style but already have an existing database and don't want to write 300+ entities by hand DevForce can help.
Featured White Papers
It’s no surprise that organizations still struggle with some level of bad data. Many haven’t yet initiated a data quality or data stewardship plan. Some may not even know where to start; who’s responsible for it; or how to sustain a data quality program over the long haul. Some may not even realize they have burning issues with their data – until it’s almost too late to fix the problem. In our latest e-book, Data Quality 101: The Ultimate Guide for Data Stewards, leading industry analyst Elliot King answers these questions and offers insight into the complex role of a data steward.
This eBook explores the challenge of determining when data values are or are not valid and correct, how data values can be made correct, and how data cleansing services can be integrated into the environment. Highlights include postal standards and address quality, techniques for address standardization, data enhancement techniques, and deriving customer intelligence through matching and record linkage.
Poor data quality can lead to lost revenue, lost opportunities, and unnecessary costs. This is true regardless of the size of the company – in fact, data quality is probably even more important to SMBs. Businesses of any size can benefit from a flexible data quality initiative that scales to changing business needs.
Arxan’s GuardIT is an award-winning software protection solution that defends against today’s most prevalent software attacks such as reverse-engineering, tampering and cloning of license servers. Our solution includes, and goes beyond obfuscation and encryption to actively protect Windows-based applications.
New Android™ mobile devices are coming to market at a very rapid pace. The emergence of this new class of hardware creates an opportunity for doctors and medical professionals to access patient data wherever they are. By downloading this whitepaper, you will learn how to access patient data and view medical images on Android devices.
Scan Directly to Google Docs Enterprises use cloud services like Google Docs to save money on storage, desktop software and facilitate collaboration with coworkers. Provide your applications with the ability to capture images locally from a scanner and then upload them to the Cloud in just a few lines of code.
Traditional forms processing solutions have run on desktops or local servers. This whitepaper suggests an alternative approach: doing forms processing via a web service. This allows for processing forms through a browser, mobile forms processing, and access to forms processing from environments beyond .NET, such as Java or PHP.