April 2013 Editorial
What's Next in the WebUI Studio for ASP.NET Lineup, Get Ready for Mobile Apps Generation, DevForce 2012 Support and more.
Everybody should agree that mobile devices are continuously rising high in business and enterprises as well as personal lifestyle. It becomes important needs in our life during day and night. Every growing business needs mobile apps to stay existed in today’s competitive global era. The best things in mobile apps, they are simply fast and easily accessible everywhere, and they have all device capabilities such as making calls, receive instant notifications, show location direction with GPS and much more. That said, we are hard at work to deliver the most sophisticated mobile toolset so you can build native mobile business apps quickly, easily and rapidly. So please bear with us for a little while as we're finalizing a few things for a beta release soon.
For the ASP.NET lineup, we’re going to have very exciting new features and interface facelift in our upcoming 2013 R1 release. The entire ASP.NET components will feature full HTML5 and CSS3 support. In addition, all flagship products such as WebScheduler, WebTextEditor and WebEssentials will sport Windows 8 modern style user experiences. So if you've been looking to upgrade your web apps to the latest Windows design, we've got it covered for you just in the right time.
This month, several product enhancements are released as we always commit to deliver the best quality products. The hotfixes are now available to download that include new features across ASP.NET, Silverlight and WPF controls. If you have any features requests that you want to share, I’m more than happy to get in touch with you further.
Martin Lie, Customer Relation Executive