ActiveReports 16 .NET Edition
ActiveReports 16 User Guide / Samples and Walkthroughs / Samples / Web Samples
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    The samples in WebSamples folder demonstrate web related features in JSViewer, Web Designer, etc. Download these samples from following link:
    https://github.com/activereports/WebSamples16
    Sample Description
    BlazorViewer The samples on Blazor Viewer demonstrate the use of GrapeCity ActiveReports Blazor Viewer with Server application, WebAssembly application, and remote report service.
    JSViewer Angular(Core) This sample demonstrates the use of the GrapeCity ActiveReports JSViewer with an Angular 8 app and ASP.NET Core back end.
    JSViewer MVC This sample demonstrates the use of GrapeCity ActiveReports JSViewer with an ASP.NET MVC 5 back end.
    JSViewer MVC(Core) This sample demonstrates the use of GrapeCity ActiveReports JSViewer with an ASP.NET MVC Core back end.
    JSViewer React(Core) This sample demonstrates the use of GrapeCity ActiveReports JSViewer with an ReactJS app and ASP.NET Core back end.
    JSViewer Vue(Core) This sample demonstrates the use of GrapeCity ActiveReports JSViewer with an VueJS app and ASP.NET Core back end.

    Silent Print

     

    The SilentPrint sample project consists of three samples - JSViewerBatchPrint_MVC_Core, JSViewerSilentPrint_MVC_Core, and PrintAgent. 

    The JSViewerBatchPrint_MVC_Core sample demonstrates how to print many reports by clicking the Print button,
    without showing the Print Preview dialog for every report. Silent printing is implemented through a print agent that needs to be started.

    The JSViewerSilentPrint_MVC_Core sample demonstrates how to print a report by clicking once the JSViewer Print button, without showing the Print Preview dialog. Silent printing is implemented through a print agent that needs to be started.

    The PrintAgent sample contains a Windows service, hosting an ASP.NET Core API that allows printing PDF files. The
    print agent uses the GrapeCity.Documents.Pdf library.

    Web Designer MVC This sample demonstrates Web Designer with an ASP.NET MVC 5 back end.
    Web Designer MVC(Core) This sample demonstrates Web Designer with an ASP.NET MVC Core back end.
    Web Designer Angular(Core) This sample demonstrates the GrapeCity ActiveReports Web Designer with an Angular 8 app and ASP.NET Core back end.
    Web Designer Blazor This sample demonstrates the GrapeCity ActiveReports Web Designer with Blazor framework.
    Custom Data Providers The sample demonstrates the method to use custom data providers (such as SQLite and OData) for supplying data to the report in the ActiveReports Web Designer.
    Custom Store The sample demonstrates the use of custom resources service for ActiveReports Web Designer with an ASP.NET Core back end.

    Important: It is recommended to use Visual Studio 2019 for applications running on ASP.NET Core. This is because Visual Studio 2017 does not support core license compilation, and you will see 'No License' message on running ASP.NET Core applications on Visual Studio 2017.