FlexGrid: A Stable, Fast, Flexible UWP Data Grip

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Posted by Jody Handley

If you're looking for a data grid for your UWP apps, look no further: FlexGrid is stable, fast, flexible and small as ever. UWP is still fairly new, but ComponentOne Studio UWP Edition's 40+ controls are a well-developed, stable control collection for Windows 10. Our UWP Edition was developed from our WinRT Edition, so you'll get all the cross-device functionality you need in UWP with the dependability of a stable product.


How to Grow and Stay Agile – Top 6 Business Decisions

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Written by Dirk Paessler

I have been founder and CEO of this company for almost 20 years. It started as a one person part-time shareware business and today we are 160 people with 10 offices around the globe, serving 150,000 users every day. With this blog article series, I want to share with you some of the better business and software development decisions we have made in the past 15 years. I could tell you that everything went exactly as planned, but really it was an iterative process. We just did everything we could to grow the business—and then it did...


7 steps to better customer engagement

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Posted by Laura Runham

Customer engagement is probably a term you’ve heard thrown around recently. It’s certainly fashionable. Management consultants write about it. Business magazines cover it. Even software companies, ahem, are blogging about it. But what does it mean for your business? Customer engagement guru Paul Greenberg defines it like this:The ongoing interactions between company and customer, offered by the company, chosen by the customer.


How to Speed Up Your XSLT, Automatically

Written by Erin Cavanaugh

Once you’ve written XSLT code to produce the desired output, optimizing it to deliver the fastest execution is tricky business. Even with the powerful XSLT profiler in XMLSpy, a developer is required to have expert-level XSLT skills to test and fix the bottlenecks that the XSLT profiler identifies. Is the problem in an XPath expression? Is it an XSLT instruction? This can be a frustrating and time consuming task.To help alleviate this issue and bring the power of XSLT to developers of all skill levels, XMLSpy also includes the XSL Speed Optimizer, which provides fixes to remove bottlenecks automatically, to immediately speed up your XSLT execution – it’s a revolutionary approach to optimizing XSLT performance.