WiseJ 1.5.23 Professional/Enterprise

WiseJ 1.5.23 Professional/Enterprise
WiseJ 1.5.23 Professional/Enterprise


Wisej provides a platform and set of tools designed to ease the burden of developing, testing, deploying, and maintaining complex business software. It bridges the gap between traditional WinForms-style desktop applications and the web by empowering developers to leverage their existing .NET and C# skills. Developers are able to use the tools they are familiar with, like a pixel-perfect design surface and drag-and-drop controls with the languages they are comfortable with (C# or VB.NET) to build real-time web applications without having to learn HTML, CSS, or jаvascript. They can stay in their favorite IDE like Visual Studio to take advantage of features like IntelliSense, integrated debugging, design surfaces and source control integration. Front-end developers can leverage their knowledge of web technologies to augment applications and seamlessly integrate third-party packages like HTML5 charting libraries and ASP.NET controls.

Telerik UI for WinForms R3 2018 SP1 (version 2018.3.1016) Retail

Telerik UI for WinForms R3 2018 SP1 (version 2018.3.1016) Retail
Telerik UI for WinForms R3 2018 SP1 (version 2018.3.1016) Retail


Telerik UI for WinForms includes more than 90 user interface controls you can use to fulfill the most demanding desktop or tablet application requirements. All-way customizable GridView, Form, Chart, Scheduler, RichTextBox and other essential controls enable you to build any Line of Business or Modern application in less time while staying under budget.

SciChart for WPF v5.2.0.11680

SciChart for WPF v5.2.0.11680
SciChart for WPF v5.2.0.11680


Before SciChart was created, most chart components used default graphics libraries (provided by the Operating system) to draw charts, which resulted in poor performance when charting more than a few thousand datapoints. While most applications don’t need to show thousands or millions of data-points, some do. When SciChart v1 was created in 2012 there were no WPF Charts in the world which used Hardware Acceleration and most were limited to a few thousand points at most. This meant creating scientific or realtime charting applications was simply impossible.