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  4. Customer Review: The best third party components.  the guys at syncfusion are so talented and always go extra mile to help you. The support one get from sycfusion is amazing.  I wish you guys all the best zak sadat30 [United Kingdom] 5 ... Read more Show more results from this product

  5. Customer Review: I chose Syncfusion suite because of it's extensive functionality on WPF grid controls that meet most of my expectations. After I started using it, I'm very impressed by its functionality, and more importantly their support team who offers very helpful support while I'm learning on ... Read more

  6. Customer Review: We used the SyncFusion WinRT Toolkit for a project last year with great results, so they were a natural choice when we were looking for a JavaScript control suite for our next project. The components look good, work well, and the SyncFusion support team have been fast and friendly when we've ... Read more

  7. Customer Review: Syncfusion offers a complete range of components for ASP.NET, Windows Forms, WPF and Silverlight development projects, which is not available in any other competitor including the Microsoft. It includes chart control, GridGroupingControl with options like (customizable filter option, multilevel ... Read more Show more results from this product

  8. Customer Review: My company needed a chart control that could perform well under a heavy load - potentially thousands of points with multiple points added each second. I spent a lot of hours comparing different chart controls available, both free and licensed - Syncfusion had the only chard that didn't blow up ... Read more

  9. Customer Review: The product is mature and solid, so I didn't have to refer to help or support all that much, however. Having used the product for about 7 years (first in .NET 1.1, recently in 3.5) I consider SF components almost an extension of native controls, sort of like WinForms/WPF Professional :) It Read more