Continuing my blog series on our upcoming release, I’m pleased to share the final part of WebDesktop’s development for HTML5 and CSS3. In my previous posts, I’ve shared the development progress of converting WebDesktopManager controls into HTML5. You can check the previous posts here: Part 1 and Part 2. In this final part of my post, I’m going to cover the new features for the rest of WebDesktop controls such as WebDesktopManager, WebDialogBox, WebPaneManager, WebSplitter, WebNotification and many others. In version 4, WebDesktop has been refined to fully support the latest web standards. This allows you to use many of the advanced WebDesktop features in your next-generation web applications and at the same time leveraging cutting-edge technologies such as HTML5 and CSS3. With our latest innovation of “Windows 8 ready” Component Designer, you can easily configure every properties and styles using the latest Visual Studio 2012.