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ComponentOne boosts Microsoft apps on mobile devices

ComponentOne boosts Microsoft apps on mobile devices

Boosting development of Microsoft applications for mobile devices, ComponentOne has announced availability of the Q4 2003 version of ComponentOne Studio Enterprise, which supports the Microsoft .Net Compact Framework.

ComponentOne Studio Enterprise is a subscription release featuring ComponentOne Studio for Mobile Devices, which supports the framework. It also includes ComponentOne WebSpell IDE for ASP.Net. This product provides for spell-checking WebForms, string constants, and HTML code.

ComponentOne Studio for Mobile Devices includes grid and charting products engineered to enable developers to build Microsoft .Net Compact Framework applications for mobile devices. Products in Studio include FlexGrid for Mobile Devices, Chart for Mobile Devices, and Zip for Mobile Devices.

The release also supports development of Windows- and Web-based applications.

Current ComponentOne Studio subscribers will receive the Q4 2003 releases as part of their yearly subscription via the ComponentOne website.


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