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Thank you for choosing Syncfusion's Essential Studio 17.4.0.39. We appreciate having you as a customer. Please take a moment to read the information in this document before proceeding further. This document contains important information on configuring Essential Studio 17.4.0.39 for optimal use.
Sample Browser
  • We have provided samples for the dotnetcore 3.0 framework
  • Provided the support for recent DotNet Core 3.0 and Visual Studio 2019 / Visual Studo Code
Quick Start

To get quickly started with these samples, we recommend the following.

  • Browse product samples using the Sample Browser
  • Read the User's Guide for product(s) you are working with.
Software Requirements
Minimum Support
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2019 or Visual Studio Code
  • .NET Core 3.0 or later
Licensing

We have introduced a new licensing system starting with version v16.2.0.x release of Essential Studio. These changes apply to all evaluators and only to paid customers who use NuGet packages. Starting with v16.2.0.x, if you reference Syncfusion assemblies from evaluation builds or from the NuGet feed, you also have to include a license key in your projects. Please note that this license key is different from the setup unlock key that you might have used in the past, and needs to be separately generated from Syncfusion website. Refer this link for more information about our licensing system

This blog explains the licensing-related changes that existing and evaluation customers should be aware of.

We have a simple, royalty-free licensing model. Components are licensed to a single user. We recognize that you often work at home or on your laptop in addition to your work machine. Therefore, our license permits our products to be installed in multiple locations. If you have any questions on licensing, please contact us at licensing@syncfusion.com.

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