GrapeCity's Xuni provides native experiences in Android, iOS, Windows phones

GrapeCity said it has announced the second and latest Xuni release, offering users native experiences across all mobile platforms.

In this release, GrapeCity has evolved the Xuni product line and grown its mobile audience reach by offering controls for creating enterprise-level applications in iOS and Android in addition to the Xamarin Platform.

Of the three new products, Xuni iOS is GrapeCity´s collection that includes iOS controls for use in native developer tools like Xcode and written with Objective-C or Swift. With out-of-the-box, time-saving animations and features, developers can incorporate the charts, grids, and gauges in Xuni iOS to add eye-catching visualizations to their application. Xuni iOS controls easily integrate into universal iOS 8 apps as well as iOS 7.1.

For Java developers working with native developer tools like Android Studio and Eclipse, Xuni Android offers the same fully-customizable charts, gauges, and grids and material design-based UI controls within the Android IDE of their choice.

Xuni Enterprise bundles all the Xuni Android, Xuni iOS, and Xamarin Platform controls into the complete collection of controls for cross-platform native mobile development. The latest release expands support for the Xamarin Platform as well. In addition to Xamarin.Forms, C# developers can now use Xuni controls in their Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android applications to build native mobile apps using the tools and language they´re familiar with.

Founded in 1980, GrapeCity is an award-winning Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, a premier Visual Studio Industry Partner, and one of the world´s largest providers of developer components.