Free Toolkit from Syncfusion for Individual Developers & Small Companies

Syncfusion has decided to follow the steps of Microsoft and is giving a great New Year present to Individual Developers & Small Companies. Similar to Visual Studio Community Edition, Syncfusion is now offering free License for its product Essential Studio which includes over 650 components across 12 platforms such as iOS, Android, Windows & Windows Phone.

Syncfusion Essential Studio Enterprise Edition

Syncfusion Essential Studio

The Essential Studio Enterprise Edition offered by Syncfusion is a complete suite of their products which include native controls for platforms like iOS, Android & Windows Phone, components for .NET and HTML/JavaScript development such as charts, grids, diagrams, schedulers, Gantt controls, maps, gauges, docking, ribbons and much more.

Syncfusion Essential Studio
Syncfusion Essential Studio components

The entire suite of products’ individual costs add upto $9,975, and normally Syncfusion offers the Essential Studio Enterprise Edition, which includes all these products, at $1,995.

Free Community License for Syncfusion Essential Studio Enterprise Edition

Syncfusion Community License

With the announcement of Community License, Syncfusion has made the Syncfusion Essential Studio Enterprise Edition free for individual developers and small businesses.

All products available in Essential Studio Enterprise Edition and Syncfusion Plus are included in the Community License. This comprehensive offering includes over 650 components across 12 platforms, an easy-to-use big data platform, and much more.

No credit card is required to redeem this offer. The product can be used to build commercial applications. And what’s more? Even Support and updates are included with this offering and there is no expiry time for this License.

Head over to the Community License offer page and grab your FREE license for Syncfusion Essential Studio.

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