Category Archives: Infragistics

JSNext Bulgaria 2014–Event Recap

On November 23 was held the first event focused on the cutting edge JavaScript technologies – JSNext Bulgaria 2014. JSnext  is the largest conference in Bulgaria for JavaScript technologies. What is JSNext Bulgaria The very first conference in Bulgaria dedicated … Continue reading

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SQLSaturday #311 Bulgaria 2014–Event Recap and Follow-up

After the successful SQLSaturday # 152 and SQLSaturday # 199 for the third time in Bulgaria SQLSaturday was held for the third on 11 of October, 2014. It was the biggest SQLSaturday organized in Bulgaria and the region around. This … Continue reading

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Dealing with Node.js and Microsoft SQL Server: Part-1

In a series of articles will look at how to use Node.js with some of the most popular products and platforms like SQL Server, MongoDB, Microsoft Azure, how to create applications using jQuery, jQuery UI and Ignite UI with Node.js … Continue reading

Posted in Azure, Azure Blob Storage, Azure Table Storage, Blob Storage, IG, Infragistics, Infragistics Friends, JavaScript, JS, Micorosft Azure Storage, Microsoft Azure, Node, Node.js, NodeJS, NoSQL, Table Storage, Windows Azure, Windows Azure SQL Database | Leave a comment

Creating Interactive Web Mapping Applications with Ignite UI, Entity Framework and SQL Server 2012

Ignite UI Map (igMap) is one of the most exciting features of the new Infragistics Ignite UI Vol. 2.12 .  This blog is the first of a series of articles dedicated to new opportunities of Ignite UI Geospatial Map Ignite … Continue reading

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Infragistics XamGantt Control – Using Entity Framework Code First to Persist Projects in a Database

Infragistics Gantt Control helps to create own project planning applications, that can contain most of the Microsoft Project features. One of the most common scenario is to store project data in a database (Microsoft SQL Server or other). Developers are … Continue reading

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Data Exchange with Infragistics XamGantt Control – Import/Export to Microsoft Project (Part 2)

Infragistics XamGantt Control works with a Project instance that contains the task, resource and calendar information for the schedule and has a built in scheduling engine supporting many of the features present in Microsoft Project 2010. For developers using Infragistics … Continue reading

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SQLSaturday #152 Bulgaria Event Recap and Follow-up

On September 29, 2012 Infragistics was host and sponsor the first conference in Bulgaria SQLSaturday. SQLSaturday#152 Bulgaria was held  at Infragistics Bulgaria office: 110 B, Simeonovsko Shosse Bul., Office Floors II and III Infragistics Bulgaria Office     What is … Continue reading

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