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SpreadsheetGear erweitert führende .NET-Tabellenkomponente um Microsoft Excel-kompatible WPF- und Silverlight-Steuerungsfunktionen

LENEXA, Kansas, 31. Oktober 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- SpreadsheetGear LLC meldete heute die sofortige Verfügbarkeit von SpreadsheetGear 2012. SpreadsheetGear 2012 bietet Entwicklern die Möglichkeit, ihren Projekten skalierbare ASP.NET-Excel-Berichtsfunktionen, dynamische Dashboards aus Excel-Tabellen und -Bereichen, leistungsstarke Tabellen-Steuerungsfunktionen für Windows Forms, WPF und Silverlight, umfassende Excel-kompatible Diagramme sowie die schnellsten und vollständigsten Excel-kompatiblen Kalkulationen und mehr hinzuzufügen.

„In SpreadsheetGear 2012 haben wir einige der gefragtesten Merkmale berücksichtigt, darunter WPF- und Silverlight-Steuerungsfunktionen, Multi-Thread-Nachberechnung, 64 neue Excel-kompatible Funktionen, Windows 8-Unterstützung, Windows Server 2012-Unterstützung, Visual Studio 2012-Unterstützung, erhöhte Effizienz und Leistungsfähigkeit des Arbeitsspeichers bei 64-Bit-Anwendungen, spezifisch anpassbare Header-Texte in Reihen und Spalten sowie Gestaltungsfunktionen für XAML-Steuerelemente, das Speichern von Dateien im XPS-Format und mehr", so Joe Erickson, Gründer und CEO von SpreadsheetGear LLC.

SpreadsheetGear und Silverlight:  Leistungsfähigkeit gepaart mit Excel-Kompatibilität direkt im Browser

SpreadsheetGear für Silverlight beruht auf den gleichen, äußerst leistungsfähigen Excel-kompatiblen Tabellenkalkulations- und Diagramm-Engines wie SpreadsheetGear für .NET, sodass Entwickler zukünftig browserbasierte Anwendungen entwickeln können, die weit über die Grenzen von HTML und JavaScript hinausgehen.

Multi-Thread-Nachberechung: Nutzen Sie Mehrkernprozessoren ganz einfach zu Ihrem Vorteil

Mit SpreadsheetGear 2012 können Entwickler Mehrkernprozessoren zu ihrem Vorteil nutzen – und zwar ganz ohne komplexe Multi-Thread-Programmierung. Die Rechenvorgänge einzelner Arbeitsmappen werden mithilfe der Programmierschnittstellen (API) der Task Parallel Library von Microsoft .NET Framework effizient in mehrere Tasks aufgeteilt.

Laden Sie die KOSTENLOSE, voll funktionsfähige 30-Tage-Probeversion von SpreadsheetGear 2012 noch heute herunter!

Informationen zu SpreadsheetGear

SpreadsheetGear LLC, ein privater Softwarehersteller mit Firmensitz in Lenexa im US-Bundesstaat Kansas, ist der führende Entwickler von Microsoft Excel-kompatiblen Tabellenkomponenten für Microsoft .NET Framework und Silverlight. Gemeinsam verfügen unsere wichtigsten Entwickler über mehr als fünfzig Jahre Praxiserfahrung bei der Entwicklung von leistungsstarker, kommerziell verfügbarer Technologie zur Tabellenkalkulation, die bereits von den meisten Fortune-500-Firmen eingesetzt wird. SpreadsheetGear hat viele Tausend Entwickler in kleinen und großen Unternehmen aus aller Welt bei der Entwicklung von besseren, schnelleren und benutzerfreundlicheren Lösungen unterstützt.

SpreadsheetGear LLC ist Premiummitglied des Microsoft Visual Studio Industry Partner-Programms.

SpreadsheetGear ist eine geschützte Marke von SpreadsheetGear LLC.

Microsoft, Microsoft Excel und Visual Studio sind Marken bzw. geschützte Marken der Microsoft Corporation.

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