Customer Relation Executive
July 2014 Editorial
Crosslight 2.3: Cross-Platform Localization Made Painless, 50+ Item Templates for Visual Studio, Improved Form Builder, and Much More.
You asked – so we delivered. We are thrilled to announce Crosslight 2.3 release which delivers many of the exciting features you've been asking for. We have added more than 50 project item templates that integrate to your favorite IDE – Visual Studio 2012 or 2013. A variety of Crosslight project items are now available on each supported platform, such as various view controllers for iOS, activity and fragments for Android and pages for Windows. Best of all, you can now easily add most frequently added items to your Crosslight apps, such as binding providers and view models.Read More.
In the previous Crosslight release, we introduced you to a powerful business template which includes tons of time-saving features designed for business scenarios. In this release, we take the business template to a whole new level. Introducing the new localizable business template, you can now quickly build multi-language apps across multiple platforms supporting iOS, Android and Windows. All textual elements are now centralized in the Shared project which allows you to easily add new string resources or add support for more languages in your Crosslight apps. The localizable business template also ships with pre-built language settings that persist on the device so you can get started with your multi-language apps in seconds.
In addition, this release also delivers hundreds of new time-saving features and major stability improvements you've been waiting for. Check out the full release notes here.
A comprehensive, complete and periodically updated documentation is also given to you to get better understanding on using our great toolset. Explore the Developer Center to learn more about Crosslight, starting from conceptual topics, sample code, walkthroughs to video tutorials and much more. Download your free Intersoft Studio trial today and start building great cross-platform apps.
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