JAKARTA – AUGUST 21ST, 2008 In this special second 2008 beta release, Intersoft Solutions is proud to announce the availability of WebUI Studio.NET 2008 R2 Beta. This long-awaited beta introduces many new and major enhancements for existing products to strengthen and extend the capability of the powerful existing line-ups. There may be no new family introduced in this release, but we guarantee that this release is just as great as the previous release or even better. These new enhancements will surely makes you put on your little smile on your face, a smile of satisfaction and the feeling of new sensation. For existing customers, simply login to Developer Network 2.0 and download the beta under My Components > Beta Products. For prospects customers, please send an email to Intersoft Sales to test drive this beta.
WebScheduler.NET goes to enterprise-level
After a successful initial release of WebScheduler.NET, we have made a great effort to enhance WebScheduler.NET to be the most feature-complete scheduling component in the industry. Today, we set the standard bar higher by delivering you some enterprise-level features, such as: Timeline™ View, TrueSplitView™ and the extendable Open-architecture editing form. Timeline™ View is an innovative feature which allows end-user to view their data from different perspective – resources on the rows and time on the columns. With two types of views integrated, end-user has the freedom to view his/her event information based on their requirement. This feature is made to be a prominent enterprise-level usage where end-user requires various views over their event information in minimum mouse clicks.
Timeline Day View enables end-user to view their event information in daily basis for the selected month.
Timeline Time View, on the other hand, offers more detailed event information viewing. It gives clear information about the events information within one week time span in hourly basis.
WebScheduler.NET takes the extensibility concept beyond. With the introduction of Open-architecture editing form in its initial version, WebScheduler.NET is back to extend this concept beyond your imagination. You can actually use your own control or standard ASP.NET control and assign it as an editing field while also reusing the editing form itself. This means that developer has greater control over the editing form look-and-feel and behavior.
Along with the introduction of Timeline™ View, WebScheduler.NET announces the truly innovative TrueSplitView™ to complete the Timeline™ View as well as the existing 6 Views. This feature enables user to view all of their events grouped by resources in an innovative way. It helps user understand their data better than ever before.
Introducing the industry’s first accessibility-compliant data grid
It has been countless times since we mentioned WebGrid.NET Enterprise as one of the most sophisticated, most feature-complete data grid in the industry. Along in this release, WebGrid.NET is shipped with many major enhancements to meet certain specific scenarios.
One should-be-mentioned enhancement is supporting Section 508. In short, Section 508 is a mandate for all electronics or Information Technology products includes Web pages to be fully accessible by disabled people. In a single property set, developer can build a powerful Web-application with WebGrid.NET for visually disabled people.
Thanks to the rock-solid framework and Client APIs, certain adjustments are made in the component level to ensure that it fully complies with this standard while also maintaining the backward compatibility with the existing features. This means that you can build Section 508 ready Web-applications while also enabling the powerful WebGrid.NET Enterprise features without any breakings.
In addition to the humanity feature, WebGrid.NET Enterprise also enhances the multiple row selection mechanism. In the previous version, multiple row selection is done by simply checking on the checkbox in the first column. Now, you can use the combination keyboard strokes plus clicks to select multiple rows or block a range of rows. The behavior of this elegant solution is similar with the desktop multiple items selections, something that almost all computer users are familiar with. The combination this new multiple row selection behavior with WebGrid.NET innovative context menu creates an indisputable sensation in data interaction.
Use CTRL + Click, SHIFT + Click, or CTRL + SHIFT + Click to select multiple rows
Another important enhancement that should not be forgotten is the ability to preserve the selected/checked/expanded rows after every FlyPostBack™ or FullPostBack action. This top-requested enhancement is typically useful when combined with paging, sorting, or grouping functionalities. You can now scroll back and forth without losing the state of the rows.
WebAqua.NET 2.0, a giant leap in the history of Web UI
"We deliver the future of Web UI like no one ever did". This bold statement is not a merely marketing tagline, but we proved it with our constant innovations and strong dedication on the Silverlight development. Along with the recently released Sirius 2 showcase, we are proud to bring you the best Silverlight component in the industry, WebAqua.NET. Sirius is the codename for our Silverlight project which emphasis on rich User Experience in a user-friendly presentation.
WebAqua.NET 2.0 is no longer just an eye candy for your Web-application. Built entirely on Silverlight 2.0 technology, this next generation of WebAqua fully supports databinding and item templating. Let your creativity flow and consume it in any way you want, especially for LOBs scenarios which rely heavily on the item template and data binding capability.
WebAqua.NET consists of two components, WebFishEye.NET and WebCoverFlow.NET. WebFishEye.NET is a sleek docking navigation control with fluid animations. WebCoverFlow.NET is a phenomenal Web-based multimedia viewer which brings minimalistic style and sophisticated features.
WebAqua.NET 2.0 ships with two set of assemblies. The first one is for pure Silverlight 2.0 development, and another is for ASP.NET Web development. Thanks to our innovative XAPBridge™ technology, both platforms are sharing the same codebase with the Silverlight 2.0 core assemblies. This also enables the ASP.NET version of WebAqua to consume new features available in Silverlight 2.0 version of WebAqua.
The Silverlight 2.0 version of WebAqua supports the following development environment:
Microsoft Expression Blend 2.5 June Preview.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 with Silverlight 2.0 Toolkit.
The ASP.NET version of WebAqua supports the following development environment:
Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
Microsoft Visual Studio 2008
"I strongly suggest you to visit the latest Sirius 2 showcase now to prove what we’ve been saying with this news. Trust me, this showcase is so unbelievable that this news can’t describe enough. Click here to visit the showcase." says Jemmy Haryono, Marketing VP of Intersoft Solutions Corp.
For quick inquiries about this beta release, please contact:
Ms. Nathania Widjaya email@example.com (Phone) +6221-2555-6680