We’re excited to announce the final release of WebUI Studio 2009 today. Don’t wait, get yourself a copy today.
The 2009 release includes dozens of new innovations and hundreds of new features. Get started from the links below:
- WebUI Studio 2009 Press Release
- What’s new in WebUI Studio 2009
- WebUI Studio 2009 Premier
- WebUI Studio 2009 for ASP.NET
- WebUI Studio 2009 for Silverlight
What makes this 2009 release a truly breakthrough launch is that we also launch a completely revamped web sites, new services, and new subscription models at the same time along with the new products release. These new sites are significantly important to support Intersoft’s realigned initiatives and new business models in providing the ultimate web development toolset for ASP.NET and Silverlight developers. Our brand-new demos is now live, and can be accessed here.
For the first time since 2002, all website contents have been rewritten for more professional results, while all pages are redesigned with fresh layout and more intuitive navigation for the best browsing and reading experience. More importantly, our new sites now use only the strictest web standards — enables users to access our sites faster in any standards-compliance browsers across devices and platforms. Hundreds of pages with detailed state-of-the-art graphics have also been added to help you quickly realizing the full potential of our solutions. Click here to learn more on our new website’s features, and here to experience it directly.
At the same time, we also release an updated version of Developer Network which supports the new subscription model and new business requirements introduced in this release. I’ll cover Developer Network enhancements in depth details in the next post, as it includes numerous changes in user interface and business processes which affect the way users work with subscriptions, components and developers management. For instance, since the new subscription allows you to have more than one active subscription (with either same or different editions) in a single account, we feel that it’s extremely important to have an improved user interface where you can manage your subscriptions more efficiently, see which subscription is active, and see list of components available in each subscription, and more.
Last but not least, we hope you enjoyed every bits of WebUI Studio 2009! Click here to get the trial copy now. For subscribers, logon to Developer Network and download it from My Components application.
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All the best,