MindFusion has released a new version of its Scheduling component for WinForms. Here is an overview of the new features:
Visual Studio 2013 Support
The component’s installer can create a toolbox palette in VS2013 and can optionally install VS2013 sample projects.
Improved Support for Non-Gregorian Calendars
The control provides better support for non-Gregorian calendars, such as Hijri. You can display the Persian calendar through the new PersianCulture. In order to specify the calendar to be used by MindFusion.Scheduling, assign a culture that uses this calendar to the Culture property of the Calendar class.
New Holiday Provider
You can use the new AustraliaHolidayProvider (available in the MindFusion.HolidayProviders.dll assembly) to supply the major holidays in Australia for a specific time interval.
The trial version of the control is available from the link below:
If you have questions about the component, please use the support e-mail or the help desk. MindFusion takes special efforts in providing fast and competent answers to all support inquiries we receive.
About MindFusion.Scheduling for WinForms: MindFusion.Scheduling for WinForms is a programming component that adds to your .NET application powerful features for creating and customizing any type of schedule, calendar, time table, resource table and many more. The tool supports six data views, input/output from/to a variety of data sources and rich user interaction model. Scheduling for WinForms offers various auxiliary forms for creating and editing appointments, tasks and events. A theme editor for creating custom themes is also available. The control features a rich variety of predefined themes and various item effects.
You can read more about Scheduling for WinForms at its features page. Visit the gallery page to see screenshots of various calendars and schedules created with the tool. For more information about licenses and prices go to the buy page.