Wijmo is a complete kit of over 40 UI widgets with everything from a powerful grids and charts to enterprise-ready spreadsheets. If you know jQuery, you know Wijmo. Every widget is hand-crafted and includes premium themes.

Wijmo is owned and operated by ComponentOne, a division of GrapeCity.

Team Wijmo

  • John Ayers

    Director of Dev @4y3rs

  • Chris Bannon

    Product Manager @b4nn0n

  • Jon Coulter

    Digital Prophet @jonrcoulter

  • Erin Reeder

    Documentation Manager

  • Kristy Joos

    Documentation

  • Sheela Nath

    Documentation

  • Erin Sloan

    Documentation

  • Eve Turzillo

    Communications Manager

  • Eric Peng

    SpreadJS Product Manager

About ComponentOne

ComponentOne, a division of GrapeCity*, is located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where it serves as the headquarters of GrapeCity’s Developer Tools business. A leader in the Microsoft Visual Studio component industry and a Gold partner of Microsoft. ComponentOne focuses on providing its customers with innovative components, controls, tools, and solutions.

  • Experience: Developing custom controls for Microsoft Visual Studio since 1987 and providing solutions in the Help authoring industry since 1991
  • Target Audience: Software developers, software architects, Help authors, technical communicators, IT professionals and developers
  • Users: 75% of Fortune 500 companies use our products
  • Product languages: English and Japanese
  • Channels: Worldwide distribution through 80 resellers and distributors in over 50 countries
  • Awards: ComponentOne has received numerous industry and user accolades including awards from SD Times, The Code Project, Penton Media Group, DevProConnections, Visual Studio Magazine, Society for Technical Communication, and SQL Server Magazine.

The Story of Wijmo

Wijmo was born out of necessity; we needed it! We are in the business of building UI controls for developers like you. Largely focusing on Web tools, we have leveraged jQuery heavily in the Web tools. When we wanted to completely rebuild our Web tools, we looked to jQuery UI. It was perfect for what we wanted: a powerful, yet lightweight framework for JavaScript UI components. There was only one problem with committing to using it: the lack of UI widgets. Since we embraced jQuery and jQuery UI, we decided to build on top of them, using their frameworks and guidelines. This, my friends, was the birth of Wijmo.