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Ignite UI: Powerful, Fully-Featured Angular 2 Components

Angular 2 is creating a lot of excitement in the modern web development community. Fast and feature-rich, it differs radically from jQuery and even AngularJS. With Ignite UI’s Angular 2 components and Ignite UI JS Blocks' native, mobile-first controls, you can create applications with all the features your users demand.

Infragistics' Angular 2 Components now available for IgniteUI
Angular 2 Components for IgniteUI

Easy-to-Use Functionality

Our Angular 2 components provide all of Ignite UI's features and functionality, including our amazing grids and stunning charts. Use them to create Angular 2 web applications quickly and easily while enjoying all the benefits of Angular 2's new components model. The best part: these are the same full-feature controls you use today. Anything you can to with Ignite UI today in jQuery or AngularJS, you can do with our Angular 2 components. When it comes to enterprise-class, line-of-business Angular 2 applications, nothing beats Ignite UI, available now and all open source!

Ignite UI JS Blocks – Your Key to Great Mobile Angular 2 Applications

Ignite UI JS Blocks is a set of jQuery-free, mobile-first, touch-first controls for Angular 2. If you are focused on phone, tablet, or Progressive Web applications and want speed and simplicity, Ignite UI JS Blocks are the perfect choice. These controls will help you easily build amazing mobile web applications and load quickly, even over a cellular connection. Ignite UI JS Blocks are in Preview right now and available as open source!

Igniting Your Apps

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Start delighting your users with Angular 2 desktop and mobile applications using Ignite UI and  Ignite UI JS Blocks. Ignite UI delivers the features your users expect on the frameworks you love to use. Ignite UI JS Blocks Preview will jump-start your mobile development with nimble controls your users will love. All of this is available now via NPM, JSPM or on our GitHub pages.