|By Business Wire||
|August 27, 2014 10:50 AM EDT||
Syncfusion, Inc., a developer solutions company, today announced its participation in the Microsoft DVLUP program. DVLUP offers unique, interactive challenges for software developers as an opportunity to improve their skills. Participating developers are awarded points which can be redeemed for rewards.
“Syncfusion aims to support Windows Phone development through their participation in the MSFT DVLUP Program,” said Marissa Keller Outten, Syncfusion director of business development. “By providing an interactive quiz, challenge, and listing in the rewards catalog, Syncfusion hopes to engage with the community of Windows Phone developers.”
The interactive quiz is a companion to a video produced specifically for DVLUP. Developers will earn points by familiarizing themselves with Syncfusion’s products and by demonstrating their comprehension. With some knowledge in hand, participants will be able to move on to Syncfusion’s exciting developer challenge. They will be challenged to create a functional Windows Phone app using Syncfusion’s Essential Studio for Windows Phone and Universal App Template. Essential Studio for Windows Phone is an enterprise-class suite of controls for building Windows Phone applications. Users can create touch-friendly universal Windows apps with grids, charts, gauges, and more. High-performance libraries are also included to read and write Excel, Word, and PDF documents on any Windows mobile device.
To showcase the suite’s power, Syncfusion has added a full license for Essential Studio for Windows Phone as a new DVLUP reward. For 1250 points, DVLUP participants can gain access to more than 30 unique controls, including the fastest chart on the market.
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