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Fireworks to XAML Exporter Article
Grant Hinkson, resident Director of Visual Design at IG, has had an article talking about the Fireworks to XAML export he wrote: http://www.adobe.com/devnet... You can download the free Fireworks Extension from the IG website: http://www.infragistics.com... ......

Posted On Monday, November 27, 2006 4:27 PM

Infragistics WPF controls featured in TechEd Europe and DevConnections keynotes
Those of you who attended Eric Rudders keynote at TechEd Europe, or the Monday night keynote at DevConnections in Las Vegas got to see a preview of the DataPresenter, a WPF control that Infragistics has been working on for a long time as part of the keynote Fabrikam demos. (You can watch the entire keynote here. The DataPresenter is shown a little after the 42nd minute) This is a closeup of the control in the demo: While the demo showed the control using what we call Carousel Presentation Format, ......

Posted On Friday, November 10, 2006 4:32 PM

NetAdvantage 2006 Volume 3 released - including Office 2007 Ribbon
As BillE stated, today was loaded with new software releases, and we at Infragistics just could not resist getting in on the action, so today we announced the public release of NetAdvantage 2006 Volume 3. While this release is loaded with many features as usual, the highlight of Volume 3 are the Windows Forms controls with the new Office 2007 look and feel, including the highly anticipated Office 2007 Ribbon UI, which has been added to the WinToolbars control. Also included are Office 2007 styled ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 7, 2006 8:14 PM

Infragistics supporting ASP.NET AJAX (aka Atlas)
Micosoft released Beta 2 of their ASP.NET AJAX framework yesterday and today Infragistics announced impending support for the Beta release in our ASP.NET controls. We already support the Beta 1 release, and this coming Friday (November 10) we will be releasing a patch to enable Beta 2 support in our ASP.NET controls. You can find out more info about our support for ASP.NET AJAX on our website, or by checking out our ASP.NET Product Manager Tony Lombardo's blog ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 7, 2006 7:53 PM

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