Karamasoft Releases UltimateSpell 2.0 for ASP.NET

Karamasoft Releases UltimateSpell 2.0 for ASP.NET

Karamasoft announced UltimateSpell 2.0, an ASP.NET server control that provides spell checking functionality in your Web and Windows Forms applications. In ASP.NET applications, simply drag-and-drop the control onto your page and it automatically finds and spell checks all editable controls without any client-side or server-side coding.

 There are 34 dictionaries available on the Karamasoft Web site. You can also use your own dictionary, as well as add words to your custom dictionary during spell checking. Both regular dictionaries and custom dictionaries are automatically cached in memory for fast processing.

 UltimateSpell provides options to change the behavior of the spell checking engine. You can change these options either on the server-side or the client-side inside the spell check dialog box at run time. You can display different wordings in the spell check dialog box based on your language.

 UltimateSpell sends small blocks of text to the server using AJAX techniques without refreshing the page. This approach allows you to spell check extensive text without compromising on speed. You can also highlight a piece of text and spell check only the selected area.

 UltimateSpell has built-in integration with UltimateEditor (an ASP.NET HTML editor) and UltimateSearch (an ASP.NET search component). However, you can do your own integration by using the spell checking engine in Web, Web service, or Windows Forms .NET applications. It comes with sample Web and Windows Forms applications in C# and VB for .NET 1.x and .NET 2.0.

 Licensed UISuite customers can download the UltimateSpell control for free. Others can download a fully functional trial version at http://www.karamasoft.com/UltimateSpell/Download.aspx.


Karamasoft LLC

Price: US$199

Web Site: http://www.karamasoft.com


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