ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin
GrapeCity’s ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin empowers developers to deliver a universal experience across mobile platforms. GrapeCity controls are designed to have the same features and functionality in iOS, Android, and Windows 10 devices; they aren't dependent on SkiaSharp or other cross platform libraries which is the key to superior compatibility, speed, size and improved Xamarin implementations. C1 Studio for Xamarin boasts powerful enterprise features with essential Xamarin data visualization and business controls, including FlexGrid's spreadsheet interface. Xamarin.Forms controls work the same as the Xamarin.iOS controls, which are the same as GrapeCity’s Xamarin.Android controls. With Xamarin.Forms and GC’s Edition, developers can create once in C# to create a cross-platform app that delivers the same universal experience for all users. The controls provide a unique look-and-feel to match each target device without any extra effort required, and are based on true native implementations, so the iOS, Android and Windows experiences match the latest UX trends. Animation is also a key element to delivering a great mobile user experience in applications. The Xamarin calendar, charts, and gauges include built-in customizable animation effects that feel natural on every device. All of GrapeCity’s products are available via a no-charge, 30-day trial. Online visitors may also access tutorials, forums, documentation, and videos as part of the GrapeCity experience. To learn more, please visit http://www.grapecity.com. To access the GrapeCity blog please visit https://www.grapecity.com/en/blogs.
Press and media coverage
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