ComponentOne Tech Connection: February 2015 (영문)
 
 
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ComponentOne TechConnection
What's Inside
*  Xuni Beta Released!
Words from the CTO
*  New Year's Resolutions
Featured
*  Intro to the Ionic Framework
*  Get Started with the Xuni Beta
*  Replacing Silverlight with Angular
What's New
*  New ActiveReports Website
*  Creating a Better UX with WPF
*  Visit Us at Fluent
*  Wijmo 3 to Wijmo 5
Survey Center
*  How quickly do you usually adopt relevant new technology?
Studio Enterprise
Xuni Beta Released!
Xuni Beta Released
We're pleased to announce that the much anticipated beta release of Xuni is now available! Xuni is a collection of native, cross-platform mobile controls for Xamarin.Forms. Xuni provides native experiences in Android, iOS and Windows Phone using the same API across all platforms. With Xuni and Xamarin.Forms you can develop once in C# and XAML to create enterprise-level apps for all devices. Visit the Xuni product page.
 
Words from the CTOWords from the CTO
New Year's Resolutions
Bernardo Castilho, Chief Technology Officer
Bernardo Castilho 

We have all welcomed in the new year, and now that there has been enough time to for it to sink in -- what are your resolutions for 2015? I came across a statistic that of all the resolutions made, less than 10% are achieved. When we make these resolutions, they are typically something we feel is attainable and offer a benefit to our mental, physical, financial or professional health.

As for me, I had quite a few resolutions in mind this year that made sense but I realized I had to choose.

Those who have followed my blogs, may know me best as a .NET guy and yes, that was my focus for many years. Over the last few years though, my interests have grown to encompass JavaScript and AngularJS. At the end of 2014, I wrote a white paper that discussed migrating an application away from Silverlight to HTML/JavaScript. This paper gave a quick sample and a clear path for interested developers. So based on the feedback I received, my 2015 resolution is to write more white papers for you, our clients, so that you can find solutions that may work for you -- both quickly and easily, while letting me do the initial leg work.

I look forward to working towards this goal and would like to hear from you what topics you would find of interest. Please email press@componentone.com with your white paper topic suggestions.

 
FeaturedFeatured
Video: Introduction to the Ionic Framework
 
Introduction to the Ionic Framework 

Check out this webcast recording in which Senior Software Engineer Raleigh Johnson introduces us to Ionic, a framework for creating hybrid mobile apps. We discuss Ionic and what it has to offer, and take a look at a sample or two along the way.

 
Get Started with the Xuni Beta
 
New to Xamarin.Forms and Xuni or not sure where to start? Check out the following video and blog posts to learn more.
 Get Started with Xuni
Replacing Silverlight with Angular
 
Product Manager Chris Bannon and CTO Bernardo de Castilho were featured in a recent Adventures in Angular podcast where they discussed how to migrate apps from Silverlight to HTML5/JavaScript.
Adventures in Angular Podcast 

Check out the podcast for some great tips and suggestions.

For more detailed information, also be sure to read Bernardo's White Paper on the same subject; the White Paper features step-by-step instructions on migrating your legacy Silverlight applications.

 
What's NewWhat's New
New ActiveReports Website
 
Check out the new ActiveReports website! You'll find all the same great ActiveReports information you expect, with a great new look and polish.
Sign up for the Xuni beta 

You can also now visit help.gcactivereports.com to find ActiveReports resources in one place including blog posts, videos, forum posts, documentation, samples, and more!

 
Video: Creating a Better UX with WPF
 

If you missed this webcast live, you can still watch the recording to learn how you can improve User Experience using WPF. Learn about WPF basics and how you can take your desktop applications even further with Studio for WPF.

 Working with OLAP Cubes Video
  
Visit Us at Fluent
 
Visit Us at Fluent 

Stop by our booth at Fluent, April 20-22nd in San Francisco, to talk Wijmo, JavaScript, and HTML5, and more. We look forward to talking to you!

 
Migrate from Wijmo 3 to Wijmo 5
 
In this blog post, Product Manager Chris Bannon describes how to convert your Wijmo 3 JavaScript applications to Wijmo 5.

Read the article to learn whether or not you should convert your apps and how to go about converting them.

 Wijmo 5 Released
 
Survey CenterSurvey Center

How quickly do you usually adopt relevant new technology?

*In less than 3 months.
*In 3 to 6 months.
*In 6 months to a year.
*In 1 year to 3 years.
*In more than 3 years.

December 2014 Survey Results

Have you developed with the Xamarin.Forms API?

Survey Center

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