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  • New functionality for the .NET developers with the New Nevron .NET Vision - Q4 2006

    Nevron development team - specialized in the professional Microsoft based Data Visualization Technology launched the new version of their powerful component suite for .NET developers – Nevron .NET Vision. The suite is designed to enable developers to easily add very functional, diverse and great looking Charts and Diagrams into their .NET ...
    Posted to Announcements (Forum) by nevron on April 5, 2007
  • Nevron User Interface for .NET Q4 2006 - Released

     Nevron announces the new version release of the Graphical User Interface Component Suite for .NET application development professionals. It is designed to be totally customizable and manageable set of controls that developers can use to shape their applications with a smooth, professional looking and easy to work with graphical user ...
    Posted to Announcements (Forum) by nevron on April 5, 2007
  • FolderView.Net Control 8.0 released.

      Sky Software is pleased to announce the release of FolderView.Net 8.0 Control which brings drop-in Windows-Explorer-like folder browsing UI functionality to your applications It provides a familiar yet powerful folder browsing UI right inside your own forms and dialogs and is a perfect replacement for the plain, inflexible, modal APIs ...
    Posted to Announcements (Forum) by ssware on November 23, 2006
  • Shell MegaPack.Net 8.0 Released.

    Sky Software is pleased to announce the release of Shell MegaPack.Net 8.0 which recreates the entire Windows Explorer shell browsing UI functionality in your app in just a couple of seconds. It provides a familiar yet powerful file/folder browsing UI right inside your own forms and dialogs and is a perfect replacement for the plain, ...
    Posted to Announcements (Forum) by ssware on November 1, 2006