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Infragistics Sponsors FinJS, Previews Angular and JavaScript UI Components for Financial Markets

Infragistics to debut JavaScript / HTML 5 UI Components designed  for replacing legacy desktop systems & creating GUI-based, cross-device applications for Financial Markets at 2018 global FinJS events

CRANBURY, N.J. – March 20, 2018 – Infragistics, a worldwide leader in providing tools and solutions that accelerate design, development, and collaboration, announces its sponsorship of FinJS to bring the popular client-side JavaScript / HTML5 component library in their Ignite UI to the financial sector. Ignite UI works seamlessly with Angular, React, Microsoft .NET, Bootstrap, ASP.NET MVC, Knockout and more.  Ignite UI for Angular, JavaScript, Infragistics WPF grid and financial chart controls are designed to be the optimal choice for any Financial Services or Capital Market applications.

This week, Infragistics’ Senior Vice President of Developer Tools, Jason Beres, previewed Ignite UI’s grid and chart components latest performance and feature advances as a flagship sponsor of FinJS NYC.  Infragistics is sponsoring the full slate of FinJS events in Europe, and NYC through the end of 2018.  Launched by OpenFin in 2016, FinJS has featured talks from JavaScript inventor, Brendan Eich, as well as tech industry leaders from Microsoft, Facebook, and major financial firms.

“The FinJS events draw thought leaders and the top application developers from organizations in the capital markets,” said Jason Beres, Infragistics’ Senior Vice President of Developer Tools. “Over the past two decades the lion share of capital market applications have used our Windows Forms and WPF Grid and Chart controls to deliver a superior user experience (UX), real-time visual indicators, and rich data analysis.  We are excited to sponsor the FinJS community and deliver native Angular and HTML 5 grids and charts designed for the demands of global financial markets.”

Chuck Doerr, President, and COO of OpenFin said: “We’re delighted to welcome Infragistics to the FinJS community.  They have long provided important tools for native application development and are now an enabler of a growing trend in financial services toward Web-First application development.”

Additionally, Infragistics recently launched Angular & JavaScript Bootcamp  – delivered in-person or online this class is designed to accelerate and support development teams moving existing applications or building new ones in a modern web architecture.  Course highlights include:

  • Angular masterclass
  • Ignite UI for Angular, a JavaScript deep dive, and modern web development best practices
  • Hands-on labs and workshops
  • Take-home courseware & 3 years Ignite UI subscriptions

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 About Infragistics

Infragistics is a worldwide leader in providing tools and solutions to accelerate application design and development, insights and collaboration for any organization. More than two million developers use Infragistics enterprise-ready UX and UI toolkits to rapidly prototype and build high-performing applications for the Cloud, Web, Windows, iOS and Android devices. Infragistics Enterprise Mobility solutions ReportPlus and SharePlus, give business users the latest advancements in self-service business intelligence and collaboration software. Additionally, Infragistics offers expert UX Services and award-winning support.

About FinJS
FinJS is a capital markets network that showcases innovations driven by web technologies. FinJS events are invite-only and include CTOs, eCommerce managers, development managers, product managers and other thought-leaders from banks, buy-side, and industry-leading technology platforms.  Launched by OpenFin in 2016, FinJS sponsors now include Adaptive, ag-Grid, ChartIQ, Eikos Partners, Infragistics, Microsoft, and Scott Logic.

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