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Infragistics Debuts NucliOS

Company's First iOS Developer UI Toolset Delivers High Performance, Highly Visual iPad & iPhone Applications

CRANBURY, N.J. and UXBRIDGE, England, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Infragistics, the design and user experience (UX) software company and a world leader in user interface (UI) development tools and business productivity apps, today debuts NucliOS, a suite of native iOS UI controls to build state-of-the-art applications for iPad and iPhone.

NucliOS provides Apple developers with an alternative to today's open source offerings. As more organizations implement Bring Your Own Device programs, enterprises need applications designed and built natively for iPhones and iPads. Created with performance and style in mind, NucliOS delivers the core controls and powerful control architecture to create meaningful mobile apps.

"Infragistics brings its 20-plus years of UI control design experience to Apple iOS developers," said Dean Guida, CEO of Infragistics. "NucliOS, the first commercial class and enterprise-supported UI toolkit for iOS development, was built specifically for Apple developers using familiar APIs and following Apple best practices. These controls are easy to implement, fast, powerful and perfect for consumer and enterprise mobile application development with truly native iOS experiences."

In this release, Infragistics introduces its powerful Data Chart control to render iOS charts with hundreds of thousands of data points capable of millisecond updates. Heavy-duty data visualizations and analysis on large volumes of data can be completed with the more than 20 chart types included. Using the Motion Framework within the Data Chart control, end users can track data changes over time through highly-engaging visualizations and fluid animations.

In addition to the Data Chart, NucliOS includes Infragistics leading Data Grid. Implemented as either a data-focused grid or a versatile layout tool, developers can create compelling user experiences on the iPhone and iPad.  With screen real estate at a premium, the NucliOS Grid can be used as a single column list when other important elements need to be shown. Using Infragistics Data Source Helper, developers use protocols to quickly bind arrays to the grid. Once populated with data, end users can easily manipulate the data and chose a flexible layout option to present the data exactly as it is needed.

"We look forward to developing a strong and loyal following of Apple developers," added Guida. "Today's NucliOS release continues our tradition of UI design excellence and opens the door to further innovation on the iOS platform."

Please see the NucliOS product page for a complete list of new features.

Pricing and Availability
NucliOS is $995 USD (MSRP) with priority support, $495 USD (MSRP) with standard support and $295 USD (MSRP) with Community support (available exclusively through the Infragistics forums). Subscriptions include all controls, services updates, upgrades and new product releases for one year.

NucliOS is also bundled with NetAdvantage Ultimate and MobileAdvantage. Customers who subscribe to these UI suites will automatically receive NucliOS. Please visit the Infragistics store at http://store.infragistics.com/ for suite pricing.

Quantity pricing and corporate licensing is also available. Infragistics can be reached at 800-231-8588 or [email protected].

About Infragistics
As the design and user experience software company and a world leader in user interface (UI) development tools, Infragistics empowers developers to build and style immersive user experiences and rich data visualization in line of business applications across all platforms - HTML5/jQuery, iOS, Android, WinRT, ASP.NET, Silverlight, WPF, Windows Forms, Windows Phone, LightSwitch and SharePoint. Infragistics business productivity solutions ReportPlus, the first self-service mobile business intelligence app and SharePlus, the universal mobile interface to SharePoint, are used by more than 650,000 professionals in enterprise and small to medium size businesses. Infragistics also has a range of value-added products and services including UI testing tools, support and user experience and software development Professional Services. For additional information on Infragistics, products and career opportunities, please call us in the U.S. at +1 (800) 231-8588; in Europe, the Middle East, or Africa (EMEA) at +44 (0) 800 298 9055; in Japan at +81 (3) 5474 8034; or in APAC at +61 (3) 9982 4545.

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