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WebUI Studio 2012 R2 Installer Refresh

Today, we have posted an update to the WebUI Studio 2012 R2 installer which addressed a few glitches related to samples and installation. In addition, the installer “refresh” also includes newer product builds across ASP.NET, Silverlight and WPF tools for enhanced cross-platform compatibility and improved reliability. It’s highly recommended to install WebUI Studio 2012 R2 using the latest installer which you can download here.

The installer “refresh” includes numerous updates that are focused around the new technical samples for Silverlight and WPF. In case you didn’t aware, we now include comprehensive technical samples starting from this release. The difference with the live samples is that technical samples are strongly focused on the product features – and there are no fancy stuff such as decorator graphics or complex styling – so you can quickly and easily discover the “how-to” and knowledge to implement a particular feature of the new products.

If you haven’t seen the technical samples yet, now is a good time to take a look at it. It’s installed by default, and can be found in the Intersoft WebUI Studio program group under the respective platform group. In this release, the technical samples include over 150 samples for charting and 40 samples for the other new products such as Query Builder, Property Grid and BreadCrumb.

Each feature of the new product is covered in each separate sample, making it easy for you to learn the context of a particular feature. With simple interface and intuitive navigation, getting around with the samples is easy and fast – you should try it for yourself.

ClientUI Technical Samples (Silverlight)

Note that the technical samples is available in both Silverlight and WPF platform with the same codebase. The WPF samples demonstrate that the same features available in Silverlight are also working flawlessly in WPF – from the basic features to the animation and user experiences. Here’s the screenshot for the technical samples in WPF.

ClientUI Technical Samples (WPF)

Again, the technical samples is installed by default when you install WebUI Studio for Silverlight and WPF, so there’s no additional download needed. It can be found in the Intersoft WebUI Studio program group under the respective platform group.

I hope you enjoyed the comprehensive learning resources we added in this release. Any questions or feedback are highly welcomed. Thank you for reading!

2012 R2 Online Samples and Documentation Updated

First of all, Happy New Year! I hope you enjoyed building apps with our tools in the past year, and we look forward to work with you again in 2013! We’ve plenty of exciting new products that we’re planning in this new year, and we’ll update our roadmap shortly in the next few weeks.

In case you missed the news, we’ve shipped the 2012 R2 volume release last month. You can download it here, and check out the what’s new list here. In addition to the new products listed in the “what’s new” list, the R2 release actually ships much more new features and enhancements that weren’t listed in the website. For instances, we also introduced sophisticated “cell locking” feature in UXGridView, brand-new theme manager, performance improvements in all combobox-variant controls, new usability feature in UXRibbon, and much more.

Where can I see all the new features and enhancements, you might asked. It’s in the documentation that you can access online today. The online product documentation features lightweight navigation interface similar to those in Help Viewer. You can easily browse through each topic from the left-side tree navigation, or from the breadcrumb at the top.

ClientUI Online Documentation

I’ve compiled several interesting topics that I think you should check out:

In addition to the online documentation, we’ve also recently updated the online samples for ASP.NET. The online samples now reflect the latest release which includes all-new WebDesktop samples demonstrating HTML5 and CSS3 support. In addition, many of the samples have been updated to the latest Modern UI styles.

ASP.NET Live Samples

Among dozens of WebDesktop controls that receive full HTML5 support, one that is quite noteworthy is the WebPaneManager control which undergone major surgery in order to achieve “fluid layout” that works in HTML5 browsers. If you’ve worked with layouting in HTML5, I trust you already foresee the difficulty level to create “fluid layout” that supports dynamic width/height, not to mention the support for nested groups and resizing and other UX features. Luckily, you can easily achieve complex layout now using the enhanced WebPaneManager control. See the following screenshot for example.

WebPaneManager supports fluid layout in HTML5

The beauty of the new WebPaneManager is that it’s very lightweight – thanks to the revamped layout from TABLE to DIV, and more importantly, it supports combination of fluid and static width/height – all without requiring scripting! This means that when users resize the browser, they’ll see real-time response. We haven’t seen a control with such capabilities thus far in the market, so we’re pleased to be the first delivering such innovative controls to you.

Well, you can check out the WebPaneManager samples and the rest of updated ASP.NET online samples here. Enjoy!

Best,
Jimmy

ClientUI 8 Goes RTM with Redesigned Live Samples

Finally, the wait is over! The new WebUI Studio 2012 R2 release is here with tons of new exciting tools and templates that will surely boost up your development productivity. Despite of the slight delay, I trust the new release worth the wait. First off, we don’t just release new controls to add to your toolbox, we also ship a number of new templates to help you quickly getting started with your projects. Furthermore, we’ve added over 175 new technical samples and over 75 new reference samples – all with brand-new look and feel and completely redesigned user experiences. With these inspiring samples, we wanted to help you unleash your big ideas and creativity and take them to the next level.

Alright, before we gone too far, here are some important links that you’ll need for this new release.

All-new, Completely Redesigned Live Samples.

In addition to many new controls we shipped in this release, we’re pleased to announce the all-new ClientUI live samples with completely redesigned user interface. It’s now featuring larger screen real estate, clean and modern design that allows one to focus better on content, and more intuitive navigation. And for the first time since its first debut 4 years ago, all controls now perform 70% faster than before – thanks to the continuous performance tuning and memory usage optimization.

More importantly, the new live samples puts some of the new R2 controls in action, so you can see how they can be leveraged in your own apps. I’m particularly referring to the new breadcrumb navigation control which completely redefines the overall navigation experiences. Combining hybrid address bar and menu functionality into an elegant user interface, you can now perform navigation in a simple “point-and-click” manner. Let’s take a look at the overview of the redesigned live samples below.

Introducing the all-new ClientUI live samples

And because we loved this intuitive navigation control so much, we decided to release it as a standalone reusable control to our valued customers. Feel free to unleash your big ideas and make it work your own way. Desktop application developers may rejoice! The navigation control is also available in WPF version, so you can be the first to build Windows 8 Explorer style business applications! We also shipped a WPF project template that leverages this versatile navigation control. More on that later.

In addition to the intuitive navigation, you can notice a whole new user experience that our designer team have put into this new live samples, for instances, it sports the improved CoverFlow with realistic depth shadow, better coverage on What’s New and Featured section – thanks to the fluid design allowing you to see more items in larger screen and adapts to reduced items in smaller screen.

Fluid design and improved CoverFlow

And now to the core part, the entire sample canvas has been revamped as well. Unnecessary toolbars and buttons are gone, fancy gradients are wiped out, options and other navigation elements are centralized to a collapsible pane. Embracing on the modern design, it’s now possible for us to create beautiful, full-screen user experience. See the following screenshot for details.

Experience beautiful, full-screen samples.

Enough said, visit the new ClientUI live samples now and experience it for yourself.

In this blog post, I only scratched the surface of the new exciting stuff that we delivered in this release. We’re fully passionate about design and user experiences that balance very well with functionality – and we carefully put that into the engineering process. That said, you can find that all our controls are engineered with thoughtful user experiences, in addition to the rich features and functionalities of course – that’s what sets us apart from other products in the market.

Last but not least, enjoy WebUI Studio 2012 R2! Hopefully this release comes just in time, so you can play around it now and make some planning for your big ideas in the next year. Again, here’s the link to download in case you haven’t done so, and make sure you check out the complete what’s new list here.

All the best,
Jimmy

Coming in 2012 R2: Intersoft-designed Charts, Powerful Query Builder, Modern UI Themes, and much more

It’s really been a busy month for everyone in the DevDiv at Intersoft as we’re heading toward R2 release. As we haven’t post any new updates recently, you might have been wondering what we’re up to. Thankfully, you’ve just tuned in at the right time because I have some very exciting updates to share in this blog post.

For a decade, we’ve been doing what we do best – creating user interface components that are beautiful inside and out where amazing user experiences meet powerful functionality. And today, we’ve made some of the world’s best tools that help developers build amazing applications ahead of time. But we don’t stop here. In the upcoming release, you’ll find a handful of new exciting tools that do what it does best, so you can stay focused on your business requirements and things that matter the most to you.

The upcoming R2 release is an exceptionally important milestone for us and our valued customers. After nearly a year of intensive development iterations, we’re pleased to say that we’ve recently reaching the stable sprints and will deliver two of the most wanted products in this release.

For the first time ever, say hello to Intersoft’s own charting data visualization suite which will target a broad range of platforms. And business developers may rejoice! A full-fledged XAML reporting engine is coming your way which includes a powerful C# style scripting support for the most demanding business reports. Read on.

Gorgeous charts. Uncompromised performance.

Written from the ground up, Intersoft Charting delivers everything you need to create beautiful charts for your business apps, plus dozens of innovative features not available elsewhere.

We started off our engineering by creating  an advanced canvas that provides reliable support for interactivity features such as zooming, panning, and box selection. We took the zooming capability to the next level by supporting horizontal, vertical, or both directions. And together with smooth panning, resizing with aspect ratio locking and region zoom, Intersoft Charting is built for touch-first user experiences in mind.

Intersoft Chart takes user experience to a whole new level

Furthermore, Intersoft Charting employs the most advanced rendering technique that puts data points and lines in the most accurate device pixel in your screen. This translates to crystal clear results, and no more blurry lines!

Intersoft Chart delivers pixel-perfect, gorgeous data visualization

Designed by Intersoft’s own artists, the brand new charting will offer four predefined color schemes and styles that you can choose with a simple property set. Whether you prefer vivid colors, natural colors, or Metro colors, there’s a palette for that. Or if you prefer to use your own palettes, feel free to define as many custom palettes as you like and reuse them throughout the chart instances.

Intersoft Designed Palettes

With numerous great features such as smart axis intervals, MVVM support for series binding, linked charts, and over 20+ stunning chart types; we’re confident that Intersoft Charting will deliver an ultimate, enterprise-grade data visualization solution for all your application development needs. More details on Charting will be posted in a separate post by our engineers.

Build Complex Query Visually

Business users have been long asking for the flexibility to edit queries/filters at runtime, but very few provide such functionality in the market. One of the reasons is the design challenges that require extensive research on the user experiences to make it work beautifully. I’m excited to introduce our newest data-aware control lineups: UXQueryBuilder.

Query Builder is an advanced data filtering control that allows users to visually build complex queries/filters. Take a look at the Query Builder’s control design below.

QueryBuilder Design Overview

It’s designed in such a way that allows users to interact with complex nested conditions through an intuitive, modern user interface. When a nested filter is added, the control automatically creates a visual branch. It’s also packed with numerous built-in subtle animations to deliver smooth user experiences, such as when a condition is added or removed, and when a single condition is converted to a composite condition.

More importantly, the Query Builder works seamlessly with all ClientUI data controls that are built upon QueryDescriptor framework. This means that you can connect the Query Builder to a Grid View in a simple property set. And you’ll find that things just work – adding a new filter condition and see the Grid’s data will be filtered accordingly.

One of the engineering excellences we put on this control is the capability to support Entity Framework’s navigation properties out of the box – you gotta love this feature! So whenever the Query Builder finds navigation properties in your object, it will list them to the available properties which users can use as the filter condition without extra efforts at developer’s end. Of course, you can exclude certain navigation properties if desired.

Built-in Navigation Properties Support

And in most cases, your data model might include master-detail relations, think of Product  table that has CategoryID field. It won’t make sense for users to remember the ID to be able to filter a category – I trust you’ll agree with me on that! Thankfully, we built a feature that lets you pre-populate the master data when the control requires it. We make it as simple as possible so that you only have to define an attribute to your model and specify the class that will handle the data retrieval, either synchronously or asynchronously.

Pre-populate details lookup asynchronously

Modern UI Themes and Design Templates

All the buzzes and hypes are on Windows 8 as Microsoft launched its latest operating system last week. Although the new UI looks cool and modern at a glance, it could be very challenging in the design process. Without thoughtful design, you may eventually end up with too-plain, boring colorful boxes. I’ve started to find such apps in the Windows Store which exhibits lower apps quality and leads to poor user experiences.

The good news is that we’ll be coming up with very exciting and fresh design themes that comply with the Windows 8 Modern UI. We decided to include the new themes in this upcoming release, thanks to your vote up. Every control is redesigned meticulously – pixel by pixel, color by color, and shape by shape – to create look and feel that are fresh and modern. The result is a balanced combination of design that embraces modern lines but still look great on eyes.

Intersoft Designed Modern UI Themes

But we don’t just create themes, we took it to a whole new level where the entire design is connected to a set of accent colors that you can personalize, thanks to the brand-new theme manager. We designed the templates from the bottom up in order to achieve a kind of design that looks great in both light and dark theme, on the top of the customizable color theme. Every design aspects, from the font family, size, vector-based icons and colors are all thoughtfully connected to achieve such beautiful results.

It’s such an excellent engineering process that combines great architecture and beautiful design that makes it possible for the theme color to change instantly without performance degradation no matter how complex your content is. There are no visual tree tracing, no dependencies on certain structures or classes, and definitely no heavy-lifting such as scanning all the controls within the page.

Theme-aware design lets users personalize application and color theme

And the best of all, our design team will come up with a few stunning project templates that you can use instantly to create your next-generation, modern-style business apps in both Silverlight and WPF platforms.

And more…

In this blog post, I’ve only scratched the surface of what we’ll come up with in the upcoming release. There are much more new exciting lineups that I couldn’t cover in this single post. In conclusion, this release will be a very important milestone for us and our customers, particularly as we’re entering two huge market segments at once.

Finally, I hope you liked what you see so far. And if you’ve got questions or feedback, make sure you write them down in the comment box below. Thanks for reading, and stay tuned for my next post!

All the best,
Jimmy

WebUI Studio Designer Reimagined

Last week, Microsoft has finally released its long awaited Visual Studio 2012 to the MSDN subscribers. As VSIP partners, we had the RTM bits several weeks earlier and started testing our component designer features for the new Visual Studio.

Just in timely fashion, we’ve recently completed the development and testing milestones for our new component designer – rebuilt entirely from the scratch to provide the best support for Visual Studio 2012. In this blog post, I’ll share some of the design experiences while remaking our component designer. Read on.

The Visual Studio 2012 UX Guidelines

Since the invention of “Metro” design language, Microsoft has been redesigning all its software products toward the modern UI design, including the recently released Visual Studio 2012. As a result of the redesign, Microsoft has now introduced the so-called “Visual Studio 2012 UX Guidelines” which has to be adhered by its development ecosystem partners. We’re thrilled to be among the first who have adhered to the UX guidelines, and will release our new version at the same time of the official Visual Studio 2012 launch.

To adhere to the UX guidelines, our designer team have redesigned nearly 200+ toolbox icons to the Metro style. Furthermore, we decided to remake the component designer to support the new look and feel of Visual Studio 2012, and more importantly, to support the philosophy of the user experiences which essentially emphasizes on content with reduced decorators.

Meet the new Component Designer for Visual Studio 2012. It’s rebuilt entirely from the scratch to resemble the Visual Studio 2012 interface. The all-new designer is now built on the WPF 4 platform and leveraging our own ClientUI for WPF controls – thanks to the comprehensive and easily style-able controls, we managed to remake the component designer ahead of the expected schedule.

The following screenshot shows the new WebUI Studio component designer with much cleaner design and Metro’s iconography.

Introducing WebUI Studio Designer for Visual Studio 2012

It’s important to note that previous version of Visual Studio will continue to be supported. The WebUI Studio component designer launches the new WPF-based designer only when it’s running inside Visual Studio 2012. This is made possible thanks to the loosely-coupled architecture in the component designer framework.

So, when you’re working with WebUI Studio components in Visual Studio 2008 or 2010, you’ll get the old, clunky component designer with sea of colors. And when you’re in Visual Studio 2012, it automatically launches the new modern-styled component designer. Keep in mind that the control assemblies are identical regardless of the Visual Studio version.

The shots below show the designer comparison between the Visual Studio 2010 and 2012.

Designer support in older version of Visual Studio

Intersoft Component Designer for Visual Studio 2012

One of the most useful benefits with the migration to WPF is that you get automatic support for the screen resolution and font scaling. This means that if your Windows is set to use 125% larger font, the component designer will automatically reflect the control and layout to fit to the desired scale. The WinForms layout didn’t have that luxury, and it’s extremely difficult to manage the auto scaling settings. This is why you’ll find many inappropriately truncated text and graphics in the old designer when using larger font scaling.

Furthermore, the WPF designer has much better performance compared to WinForms in terms of initial loading, rendering, animation and navigation. This allows us to achieve the “fast and fluid” user experiences.

Back to the main subject, we actually reimagine all aspects of the designer – whether it’s the functionality or the design. For examples, compared to the previous version, the new Layout Manager has much cleaner surface, and eventually makes it more intuitive and easier-to-use at a glance. The art of this design language is that it focuses on the content and brings the functionality back to where it supposed to be. Take a look at the screenshot below.

Layout Manager

We also pay attention on the user experience details where message boxes should be avoided whenever possible. In this remake, we’re now displaying important messages in the accented status bar.

Component Designer with Accented Status Bar

Meanwhile, the Structure Manager is also redesigned with the identical aesthetic and consistent layout, enabling users to understand the user interface with less learning curves.

Structure Manager

Simplified and Smarter User Experiences

One thing that we learnt about Metro design language is that it’s not only about the user interface, i.e., the colors, themes or shapes. The true essences behind the philosophy is the simplified user experiences. But, the “simplified” here doesn’t necessary mean removing features, it’s more to making user experiences smarter which allows users to perform a task or function in less time, and more efficiently.

We have a number of interesting stories about making user experiences simpler yet smarter while remaking the component designer for WebGrid.

With hundreds of features, it’s quite challenging to find a particular setting or feature in the property window. So we introduced a component designer to address this challenge that looks like the following shot.

Pre VS 2012 designer for WebGrid

I personally think that the idea and purpose of such designer is good, although the existing design may now look cluttered. At a glance, the settings are spreading everywhere. Notice that we have numerous in the left-side navigation vertically, and also some tabs in the top arranged horizontally.

In the WebGrid designer remake, we managed to put everything back to where it should through a deep category rearrange that is based on content and function similarity. Tabs such as Advanced, Localization Manager and Pivot Charting are now removed from the top since they are now part of the Properties. Redundant navigation items are merged into a content that makes more sense. See the shots below to get a closer look.

WebGrid Designer for Visual Studio 2012

WebGrid Designer for Visual Studio 2012

With the designs shown above, you’re no longer served with massive user interface elements that present the same function. So the Properties tab basically means that “come here for all settings-related tasks”. This allows us to keep the design ideal with balanced functionality. Lessons learned.

Similarly, we simplify the Caching and Performance Tuning tabs such as shown below…

Pre VS 2012 WebGrid designer

… into just a single Advanced tab shown below.

WebGrid designer with smarter user experiences

We designed smarter user experiences by categorizing them into expandable groups styled with lightly-shaded accent and Metro colors.

Furthermore, the new designer is not simply a remaking effort, we actually added a number of new options that makes performance tuning a breeze. Notice the red highlighted area in the shot above, you can now enable the built-in resources compression with a single click. This feature actually existed since the 2009 release, but not easily discoverable as you need to manually make changes to the web.config file.

More options are now added to the Common Settings view which includes the new features introduced in the recent releases. For instances, enabling HTML5 rendering mode across the application is simply a tick away.

WebGrid designer with smarter user experiences

All 40+ Component Designer Redesigned

In this blog post, I’ve only scratched the surface of our new component designer for Visual Studio 2012. In addition to flagship products such as WebGrid, we also update the designer of entire WebUI Studio family, including WebCombo, WebInput, WebScheduler, WebTextEditor and the rest of components resembled in WebDesktop and WebEssentials.

As far as I can say, we’re making WebUI Studio the first-class citizen of Visual Studio 2012 which enables both products to work best together for the ultimate application development experiences.

We’re expecting to deliver all these new exciting features in the upcoming WebUI Studio service pack release by next week – and hopefully faster. The service pack will also include many new enhancements for Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10, all-new project templates for Visual Studio 2012, as well as reliability improvements to all Silverlight and WPF components. Stay tuned for the release announcement!

Best,
Jimmy

New Line-of-Business Samples in ClientUI 7

Introducing the new data controls lineups such as UXPageableComboBox UXMultipleSelectionComboBox and UXTreeList, developers can now build large-scale data entry applications with blazing fast performance. UXGridView also adds with several enhancements and advanced features such as columns collection binding, column header binding and batch items validation. Click here to find out more about the new controls in ClientUI 7.

In this blog post, I will share some of the new samples demonstrating the new products, as well as reviewing the key features.

Below are some of the top new samples that goes to my favorite list.

  1. Cabin Front Reservation

    UXPageableComboBox is an enhanced UXDataComboBox control featuring highly efficient server paging mechanism. The control addresses performance issues in large data scenario by retrieving only the required data on demand, and perform incremental data retrieval when the total item count exceeds the specified page size.

    In this sample, you are able to perform Multiple columns layout with built-in column type such as Text, Images and Templates. You can perform sorting and description text feature using this control. With description text, you can show additional information related to the selected item in the right edge of the control. It is used to allow you easily understand the meaning of the input value at a glance. Explore the sample.

    CabinFront

     

  2. Customer Order
    In this sample, you will see the tight integration between UXGridView and UXPageableComboBox. You can edit a column in UXGridView and bind it with UXPageableComboBox. With this feature, you can fully use all features available in UXPageableComboBox inside UXGridView, such as Multiple columns layout, Auto-complete behavior, advanced data grouping and sorting capability and many more. Explore the sample.

    CustomerOrder

  3. Mail Application
    UXMultipleSelectionComboBox is an advanced queryable ComboBox control specially designed to support multiple selection. It provides an intuitive data entry mode that allows users to quickly select multiple items through type-and-tab gesture. It supports both Editable and Readonly mode. This control has every features that are available in UXPageableComboBox.

    In this sample, editable mode is used. It means that you can directly update the selection through the text input element. The control filters the data instantaneously as you type ahead, and the selection will be added with a single Tab key. Also, the built-in smart filter feature automatically prevents any items that you have selected to appear on the list for the next selection. Explore the sample.

MailApplication

  1. Project Milestone
    UXTreeList is a unique data control used to display self-referencing hierarchical data. You can use the HierarchicalCollectionView to transform your self-reference table into a hierarchical self-reference data.

     
    UXTreeList combines all UXGrid features such as data editing, grouping and paging with UXTreeView’s expand/collapse functionality to perfectly present any hierarchical data.

    In this sample, some features demonstrated are variety of columns type, common data manipulation and data editing that includes drag and drop to re-arrange your data. Explore the sample.

    ProjectMilestone

  2. Chart of Account

    UXTreeList supports load on demand scenario using MVVM pattern where only the root items are loaded initially. The children will be loaded on demand as users expanded the item for the first time. This feature is particularly useful to improve the overall performance when the assigned data source is relatively large.

    In this sample, IsLoadOnDemand property is set to True in order to activate the load-on-demand feature. In this mode, a busy indicator will be automatically displayed in each expanded item during the loading progress. Explore the sample.

    ChartOfAccount

  3. Empty Row Visibility
    UXGridView lets you easily create beautiful data presentation with look and feel similar to popular desktop-based apps such as iTunes, Quick Books, or other business apps alike. With the new innovative rendering feature, UXGridView automatically fills the entire view port with alternating rows instead of leaving a large white empty space.

     
    This sample demonstrates the empty rows visibility feature in UXGridView. When this featuere is enabled the UXGridView will render all the empty rows within the view port. You can also insert a new row from bottom when NewRowPosition is set to Bottom and CanUserAddRows is set to True. Explore the sample.

    EmptyRow

  4. Bottom New Row Position
    This new feature brings flexibility to the way users interact with the grid. Users can now rapidly add new items by clicking the bottom part of the grid, just like they would do in Excel. Activate this feature in your apps with a simple property set.

    In this sample, you can see there are new row position indicator on the last row in UXGridView. To go to the new row you can click the empty rows or use keyboard down on the last item. Explore the sample.

    newrow

  5. Sequence Column
    Introducing the new UXGridViewSequenceColumn, you can now effortlessly display a column that automatically display sequential number to your data grid.

     
    In this sample, we have UXGridViewSequenceColumn which is used to show the row index of the current display. Note that the sequence column can not be sorted and will always show the row index regardless of the sorting or filtering state. Explore the sample.

    seq

For more information about ClientUI, you can explore our Live Samples or read through our Online Documentation.

Feel free to download your copy here. And while waiting for the download, be sure to check out the complete what’s new list here. Existing customers with valid subscription can obtain the latest WebUI Studio from Developer Network, under My Components shortcut.

If you have any questions regarding sales or licensing, you can directly email me at martin@intersoftpt.com. Any comments or feedbacks are welcome.

Thank you and have a nice day.

Regards,
Martin

WebUI Studio 2012 is here!

The wait is over. We’re incredibly excited to announce the immediate availability of WebUI Studio 2012 today! The new release ships major upgrades for the flagship ASP.NET data controls such as WebGrid and WebCombo – featuring full HTML5 support, and includes dozens of must-have data controls specifically designed to address line-of-business scenarios in Silverlight/WPF application development.

You can download your copy here. And while waiting for the download, be sure to check out the complete what’s new list here.

In addition, you might want to check out many updates that we’ve put together in this release including the live samples for both ASP.NET and Silverlight, as well as online documentation. The WebGrid documentation is now completely revamped to match the new documentation standards and guidelines that we introduced in ClientUI.

Along with the new release, we’re pleased to announce the launch of Intersoft’s new website design. Completely revamped for the best user experiences, you can now get around faster and easier than ever before. And with clean yet elegant design, you can focus on the information and content better. We hope you liked our redesigned website!

Intersoft's new home

Last but not least, enjoy WebUI Studio 2012! Again, click here to download the new 2012 today if you haven’t. We hope you love the new release as much as we love building it!

Note: For active subscribers, you will receive the new license keys within 24 hour. Make sure you have whitelisted the intersoftpt.com domain to avoid communication problems.

All the best,
Jimmy