Intersoft Solutions Newsletter - July 2008 Edition (영문)
 
 
2008/07/31 (09:15)
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EDITORIAL - APPROACHING WEBUI STUDIO.NET 2008 R2

Everyone here is getting busier days as it's approaching the release of WebUI Studio.NET 2008 R2, our next major version of Component Suite. With the objectives to deliver a better release than any previous releases before, the team is working extra hard just to ensure that every bit is working perfectly, every sample is running smoothly, documentations, testing in several combined platforms and development environments, and everything is well prepared.

I can ensure your waiting will be paid off with this carefully prepared beta. What to expect with the beta are the duo Silverlight components, WebFishEye.NET and WebCoverFlow.NET which now go to version 2.0; the phenomenal WebScheduler.NET 2.0 which gets major enhancements by introducing the innovative Timeline View for enterprise usage; major enhancements in WebGrid.NET Enterprise 6.0 and WebCallOut.NET. Check out our blogs often and you'll discover more and more.

We are aware that WebUI Studio.NET is one of the most comprehensive toolsets available in the industry and I believe everyone will stand beside me and say "Yes, it is". As an appreciation for all supports, we are rolling the July Vaganza 2008 promo, which offers you interesting pricing package to purchase the latest products or upgrade to the latest Subscription.

Thank you for reading this July newsletter. If you have any questions, feedback, or anything you want to tell us, please contact me by the email below. I will be glad to response you back.

Best regards,
Jemmy Haryono
haryono@intersoftpt.com
Marketing VP, Intersoft Solutions Corp.

 

JULY VAGANZA 2008 PROMO

Nothing beats the sensational promo from Intersoft Solutions. This July 2008, we are rolling a special promotion with special pricing. As a gratitude for all your supports, we believe we can offer something for you. That's how we come up with July Vaganza 2008 Promo.

If you haven't demoed the latest WebUI Studio.NET 2008 R1 SP2, I highly suggest you to download, evaluate, and purchase it now. For more information about this promo, please click July Vaganza 2008 Promo.

 

SILVERLIGHT, FROM DEVELOPER TO END USER PERSPECTIVE

For the past one year, Silverlight technology really shakes the Web platform. This latest technology promises rich User experience when interacting with Web-application. This has been a subject of interest among any Web-developers in the whole world. Join us in our attempt to explore Silverlight deeper from developer and end-user perspective. >Click here to read the Developer perspective and here to read User perspective.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHT - WEBSCHEDULER.NET

WebScheduler.NET 1.0 is another sensational calendaring, scheduling, and planning solutions for your advacned Web-application. This power house scheduler comes with hundreds of features, TripleLoad™, Open-architecture editing form, state-of-the-art rendering and User Interface, and many more.

To learn more about WebScheduler.NET 1.0, please visit WebScheduler.NET.

TIPS OF THE MONTH - HOW TO SHOW EDITING FIELD INSTEAD OF CALLOUT IN WEBSCHEDULER.NET

The default behavior of WebScheduler.NET when you click on an empty cell is showing a callout. In certain scenario, this behavior is not suitable. Using the latest build 115 (can be downloaded here), we have exposed a new property named EmptyCellClickAction. Simply change the property to ShowEditingForm to change this behaviour.

BLOGS

We love to share our thoughts and visions of our development in blogs. The following posts are just several recent interesting news that you don't want to miss.

First Look - WebAqua.NET 2.0
Jimmy Petrus, Chief Software Architect of Intersoft Solutions posted a nice blog plus dainty screenshots talking about WebAqua.NET 2.0 in depth. Join him in the exciting WebAqua.NET 2.0 session over in the blog.

WebCallOut integration with FlyPostBack in SP2
WebCallOut.NET is merely a UI control? Not anymore. This blog post shows how you can use new FlyPostBack integration in WebCallOut SP2.

Loading SmartWebResources from GAC
SmartWebResources™ is one of the most innovative features that we introduced back in 2007 R1. The concept of including all required resources to a single assembly for each product has eased many developers' pain in deployment. In SP2, WebUI Studio.NET enhances this feature to help you take advantage of SmartWebResources™ in more advanced scenarios.
 
 
 
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