ActiveReports 15 .NET Edition
ActiveReports 15 User Guide / Samples and Walkthroughs / Samples / Web Samples
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    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/WebSamples15
    Sample Description
    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.
    JSViewer Blazor The sample demonstrates the use of the GrapeCity ActiveReports JSViewer and the Blazor Framework that allows building client-side web applications with C#.
    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 use of GrapeCity ActiveReports Web Designer with an Angular 8 app and ASP.NET Core backend.
    WebViewer Pro This Active Reports Web Pro Sample demonstrates the use of Professional Edition ASP.NET features, such as HTTP handlers, parameterized reports, and more.

    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.