Was ist Essential Studio?
Die Essential Studio Enterprise Edition von Syncfusion ist eine Suite von mehr als 1.600 Softwarekomponenten und Frameworks für die Entwicklung von Web-, Mobil- und Desktop-Anwendungen. Die UI-Steuerelemente sind flexibel gestaltet, für hohe Leistung optimiert und werden von mehr als der Hälfte der Fortune 500 verwendet.
Mit Syncfusion in deinem Toolkit kannst du die Erstellung eleganter, moderner Nutzeroberflächen beschleunigen und gängige Dateiformate lesen und schreiben. Und das alles mit der Unterstützung des Support-Teams von Syncfusion.
Wer verwendet Essential Studio?
Syncfusion ist stolz darauf, eine Vielzahl von Kunden zu bedienen, von einzelnen Entwicklern bis hin zu mehr als der Hälfte der Fortune 500-Unternehmen. Unabhängig von deinen Bedürfnissen oder deinem Budget stehen dir die Tools zur Verfügung, die laut Hersteller dein Team zum Erfolg führen.
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Bewertungen über Essential Studio
Essential Studio Rating 1.0
Integration of Platform Android, Windows an IOS. The scedular Controller was really the Trigger for me to start. Without it i could Not realise my Project.
The HTML Editor IS Missing. Webuilt IT with Razor.
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Excellent value for money having purchased a Global License
Kommentare: I have mainly used Windows Forms tool for desktop app development and ASP.NET MVC, Core and Blazor for Web App. I find that they are very well documented and supported.
Everything is fine, it is a powerful and complete tool
There are no major cons that deserves to be reported. The only thing I personally would like which at the moment is missing is the Spreadsheet control as native Blazor control.
Syncfusion for the StartUp
Kommentare: In addition to supporting Xamarin Forms, we are following a strict MVVM methodology and leveraging C# as much as possible across as many platforms as possible. Currently, this includes the most popular standard platforms that Xamarin Forms supports: iOS, Android, UWP. We will also be supporting Blazor (C# in browser web assembly) and one of the Syncfusion features we hope to leverage is their Blazor support. We are waiting for .NET 5 GA to leap into that part of the project, but are hopeful our good experience with Syncfusion componentson Xamarin Forms supported platforms will be matched in the Browser based client using Syncfusion Blazor components.
Our project is to build a commercial-grade, security-compliant, serverless mobile app platform using only tools that are budget-friendly for startups. Our tool-chain selection includes AWS services (API Gateway, Cognito, Lambda, DynamoDB, ...), Microsoft .NET Core/Standard, Visual Studio and Xamarin. All these tools are essentially free until your app starts scaling. Syncfusion's community edition was chosen because it provides commercial-grade features and doesn't burden the entrepreneur with out-of-pocket expenses until their app is generating revenue. Finally, our experience with Syncfusion's support has been first rate.
Syncfusion targets many different UI presentation layers. In our case, we use Xamarin Forms which is relatively new for Syncfusion. The controls are generally solid but do require more "code-behind" work than is generally recommended in the Xamarin community. There are shops that totally refuse to allow "any" code-behind and if you are one of those you may have some issues using all of the Syncfusion controls. In our case, the limited code-behind required is not considered a barrier. In addition, the Syncfusion documentation is obviously not written by a native English speaker and as such can be amusing at times and occasionally annoying .
I mostly use Blazor, Xamarin a MAUI components. Lot of components, simple to use, lot of examples, excellent documentation and excellent support. It's fascinating that even though I'm using a community license, the support is like having a paid license. Every client is important to them.
As for the components from Essential Studio, I have no complaints.
The Best Company in the industry!
I believe Syncfusion was the first company to offer a version that could be used until the company made $1 million. Most companies never reached that mark. Syncfusion provides new companies with the same support received by large corporations. Syncfusion has not yet received a dime, and I will happily pay whatever the cost is when the product starts generating income. Also, I have seen third-party tool kits come and go. Syncfusion is here for the “long haul”. For me, the thing that sets Syncfusion apart from any other company is the support. I can honestly say that I have received the best I have ever experienced. My earliest experiences with support were because of my lack of C# knowledge. At the beginning of the project, I had experience with every major language except C#. But having the Windows, backend, and mobile apps written in different languages added a complexity that made it unbearable to work with. C# (and .net) was available through all the required. Some of my initial support requests were because I misunderstood the C# language concerning the tools. However, I was using some tools in a way they weren’t meant to be used. I also did this with AWS and AWS support (which I paid for) argued that no one would do what I was doing and they won’t support it. I had to show them their documentation which proved what I was doing should work. They did fix it. Syncfusion support just requested a code sample and saw that although I was doing it something unconventional, it should work. And they fixed the code ! They fix the code for me in two or three different places. They even provided me custom patched code before an actual tested release.
I have not experienced any cons. All support expectations were met. Development continues etc.