Syncfusion, Inc., the developer solutions company of choice, is excited to announce its support of Uno Platform, an open-source platform for building native mobile, desktop, and WebAssembly apps with C# and XAML from a single code base. As part of this launch, Syncfusion will be demonstrating preview versions of its UWP DataGrid, Charts, and Scheduler controls running on Uno Platform at the UnoConf Developer Conference
on September 19 in Montreal.
“Collaborating with like-minded, industry-leading software vendors like Syncfusion to provide crucial line-of-business components to Uno Platform developers reaffirms the purpose of the platform, and inspires the work that we do.”
“Syncfusion is proud to showcase the work that we have done with the Uno Platform development team and to be a gold sponsor at this inaugural event,” said Daniel Jebaraj, vice president of Syncfusion. “We are a longtime advocate for cross-platform development solutions, especially those that help veteran Microsoft and .NET developers reach a wider user base across platforms.”
Syncfusion has committed its initial efforts of supporting Uno Platform to two of its most popular UWP controls—DataGrid and Charts—to bring powerful, enterprise-level data visualization to developers on Uno Platform. The DataGrid provides a high-performance grid for displaying and manipulating data, and the Charts control delivers a collection of more than 30 interactive chart and graph types for all kinds of data.
“Both Syncfusion and Uno Platform help developers be productive, and help them do more with less,” said Jérôme Laban, CTO of Uno Platform and software architect at nventive. “Collaborating with like-minded, industry-leading software vendors like Syncfusion to provide crucial line-of-business components to Uno Platform developers reaffirms the purpose of the platform, and inspires the work that we do.”
UnoConf is the first conference dedicated to Uno Platform. The event boasts an impressive roster of developer community leaders, including Miguel de Icaza of the Xamarin engineering group at Microsoft, Jérôme Laban of Uno Platform, Cloud Advocate Lead Jen Looper of Microsoft, and others.