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is anyone a fan of third party contols?

Posted on 2004-08-13
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Hey you out there!    Do you like 3rd party controls?   I wanna know....

So far, I've found them to be frustrating, with in-adequate documentation, AND WITH MANY BUGS....

I want to know if anybody has had a positive experience working with 3rd party controls, and if so, which controls do you use... which company?

I've used syncfusion, and although there customer support is pretty good, I've found their controls to be buggy and quirky....
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by:trevorhartman
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I use ImageGlue by WebGoo (http://www.websupergoo.com/imageglue-1.htm) and I have found it to be very useful and contains no bugs so far..

-Trevor
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I use the Infragistic controls & have found them very professeional with great functionality.

Andy
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ill second the infragistic controls ... pegasys is worth looking at for imaging ... the janus control set is also fairly functional ...

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we use componentone's controls. never had any problem and in case of some problem customer support is really good.
you can try downloading trail versions from www.componentone.com
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I've used SyncFusion and Telerik and they are both complicated and buggy..  
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