Topic: blazor

Infragistics Ultimate 22.2 launches with four new Blazor data grids

The design company Infragistics has announced the latest release of its UX and UI platform. Infragistics Ultimate 22.2 introduces a new set of Blazor data grids and high speed RAD development through the App Builder.  “Blazor is huge for .NET developers, and with Ultimate 22.2, our new Blazor grids exceed anything available on the market … continue reading

Microsoft announces first release candidate for .NET MAUI

Microsoft announced the release of the first .NET Multi-platform App UI (.NET MAUI) Release Candidate.  .NET MAUI leverages platform SDKs for Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows, which are included in this release. Developers can use the SDKs directly with C# in addition to maximizing code sharing and productivity with .NET MAUI. .NET MAUI includes over … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft and Infragistics bring new UI to Blazor, Instana always-on profiling for production PHP and Python apps, and RapidAPI testing

Infragistics and Microsoft have collaborated on a new enterprise UI toolkit for .NET developers using Blazor. The new framework will give developers the option to develop full-stack web apps using .NET and C#, instead of JavaScript.  Features include the Blazor data grid, editors and combo box, dock manager, the UI data chart, stock chart, treemap, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Hyperledger bug bounty program, Google Play Protect’s Safe Browsing, and Blazor 0.2

The open-source collaborative effort dedicated to advancing blockchain technology has announced that a new bug bounty program is now open. The program is based off of a private bug bounty the organization has been running for the last six months with HackerOne. HackerOne will continue to lead the public bounty. Currently, the bounty will solely … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Pluralsight and Stack Overflow’s partnership, Google’s Universal App campaigns, and Microsoft’s Blazor

Pluralsight and Stack Overflow have announced a new partnership that will provide developers with the necessary tools to grow their skills, share knowledge, and build successful careers. Developers will be able to display their Pluralsight IQ — which can be obtained by taking a short, 20 minute quiz — right on their Stack Overflow Developer … continue reading

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