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December 7, 2010

Infragistics launches Motion Framework for UI developers, designers

Developers can understand and collaborate on projects and can customise their own set of browser Icons

By CBR Staff Writer

Infragistics, a design software company and user interface development tools provider, has launched Motion Framework to enable developers and designers build UI experiences.

The new Motion Framework API, integrated into Infragistics Silverlight and WPF xamDataChart, enables XAML (Silverlight and WPF) developers to visually animate business intelligence data over time, giving the end user an insight into their data through an interactive and engaging experience.

The use of Motion Framework is illustrated in two new Infragistics reference applications – World maps and World Stats.

Infragistics has also launched Quince Pro, a design review tool to review, understand and collaborate on projects.

NetAdvantage Icons Browser is an Infragistics new product, with which developers can quickly browse more than the 380,000 icons in the NetAdvantage Icons catalogue, buy themed packs or easily customise their own sets and download icons in their preferred format.

Infragistics vice president of product management Jason Beres said developers can use their Motion Framework to animate, or ‘play’, data over time which increases the analysis experience that leads to new business insight of information.

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