Telerik UI for JSP R3 2018 (2018.3.911) Retail

Telerik UI for JSP R3 2018 (2018.3.911) Retail
Telerik UI for JSP R3 2018 (2018.3.911) Retail


Telerik UI for JSP includes a Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) framework. It lets you write JSP code to generate widgets that seamlessly integrate with your server-side backend. With MVVM you can manage complex HTML and jаvascript UI with declarative bindings and two-way syncing between views and models. You don’t have to manually keep the view and model in sync; the MVVM framework does it for you.

Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core R3 2018 (v2018.3.911) Retail

Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core R3 2018 (v2018.3.911) Retail
Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core R3 2018 (v2018.3.911) Retail


ASP.NET Core MVC is a complete rewrite of the .NET framework, delivering exciting changes and expanding the reach of .NET apps. Here’s some of what’s new:

.NET Core and Visual Studio Code enable you to develop and deploy apps on any OS—Windows, Linux or Mac
Tag Helpers provide easier views creation and UI definition
Nuget, Bower and Gulp package managers and automation tools boost your productivity
Unified MVC and Web API programming model simplifies development

Telerik UI for Universal Windows Platform R3 2018 (version 2018.3.912) Retail

Telerik UI for Universal Windows Platform R3 2018 (version 2018.3.912) Retail
Telerik UI for Universal Windows Platform R3 2018 (version 2018.3.912) Retail


Before universal apps came along, creating apps for Windows 8.x Store and Windows Phone 8 was mostly a two-app project. Thanks to the universal Windows paradigm across devices, developers write code once and deploy on multiple Windows platforms with just small tweaks on the user interface. Telerik UI for Windows Universal plays nice with Microsoft Visual Studio and creates a Shared project template for Universal Apps allowing the same app to be written for Windows 8.1 Store and Windows Phone 8.1 with little code changes.

TMS FNC Chart 1.5.6.7 XE7-D10.2 Tokyo

TMS FNC Chart 1.5.6.7 XE7-D10.2 Tokyo
TMS FNC Chart 1.5.6.7 XE7-D10.2 Tokyo


Fully cross-platform chart component designed for business, statistical, financial & scientific data.

Highly configurable cross-platform chart.
Support for VCL Win32/Win64, FMX Win32/Win64, macOS, iOS, Android, LCL Win32/Win64, macOS, iOS, Android, numerous Linux variants including Raspbian
Support for multiple series with optional separate or combined auto range for x- and y-axis.
Wide range of chart types: bar, grouped bar, absolute stacked bar, percentage stacked bar, area, stacked area, pie, donut, spider, line, digital line, OHLC, CandleStick, Boxplot,...

Telerik UI for Xamarin R3 2018 (version 2018.3.912.310) Retail

Telerik UI for Xamarin R3 2018 (version 2018.3.912.310) Retail
Telerik UI for Xamarin R3 2018 (version 2018.3.912.310) Retail


Telerik UI for Xamarin uses the Xamarin.Forms technology, which makes it possible for developers to build native iOS, Android and Windows Phone apps from a single shared C# code base. The Telerik Chart and Calendar for Xamarin enables developers to easily implement various charting functionalities in their Xamarin.Forms projects and achieve the same scenarios across platforms using a single shared C# code base.

Altova DatabaseSpy Enterprise 2018 v20.2.1.0

Altova DatabaseSpy Enterprise 2018 v20.2.1.0
Altova DatabaseSpy Enterprise 2018 v20.2.1.0


DatabaseSpy connects to all major databases, easing SQL editing, database structure design, content editing, database schema and content comparison, and database conversion for a fraction of the cost of single-database solutions. The versatile DatabaseSpy SQL Editor is divided into a SQL statement window and one or more tabbed or stacked Result windows, with a convenient Execute button in the SQL Editor toolbar to let you immediately execute your SQL statements and view the output.

SciChart WPF v5.1.1.11473

SciChart WPF v5.1.1.11473
SciChart WPF v5.1.1.11473


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.