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  1. Hi, I posted a link to Free Books earlier and it dawned on me belatedly I should post this too. Basically I was looking for some free components to use with ASP.NET MVC and came across Syncfusion's Community License program. I've used Syncfusion's suite of components many moons ago when I was working in Finance, and whilst all these component suites do have a bit of a learning curve they do provide a lot of components and robust functionality out of the box that you can leverage. It's unheard of that a well established company like this would provide a free, community license when they could easily charge 1500-2000USD for a license but I'm guessing they must be losing market share to their competitors like Infragistics, DevExpress, Telerik etc and this is a bid to claw some back. Again, a lot of the things lean towards Microsoft .NET technologies but there's certain things that might be of interest like the Javascript controls for Web/Mobile as well as some Excel/Word/PDF/Powerpoint libraries and Data Science library. And calling a .NET/C# method in a DLL/Class from php is possible using this https://github.com/david-garcia-garcia/netphp instead of http://php.net/manual/en/class.dotnet.php which only allows .NET 3.5 or below. Enjoy!
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