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October 11, 2003
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October 11, 2003
.NET Programming Tools
Infragistics(tm) is the leading provider of presentation layer toolsets for creating interfaces with the look and feel of today's most popular applications, including Microsoft Office and Microsoft Windows. Infragistics NetAdvantage(tm) 2003 is a complete set of presentation layer development tools for .NET, ASP.NET and COM.
Dean Guida, Infragistics' CEO, discusses the October launch of NetAdvantage 2003 Vol. 3 which now enables developers to deploy ink-enabled Windows Forms applications via its exclusive Presentation Layer Framework(tm). NetAdvantage 2003 Vol. 3 also features new .NET UI, ASP.NET date chooser and ASP.NET calendar components and includes numerous enhancements to other major components including .NET & ASP.NET Charting components.
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