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How to visualize data distribution with histogram and ranged histogram charts

Histogram and ranged histogram charts empower you with more flexibility to visualize distribution and dispersion of statistical data. Here's a look at how to read and when to use them.

Use a Razor Pages scaffolder to build an app with ASP.NET MVC controls

In this blog, we'll look at how to use the Razor Pages scaffolder to quickly add and insert a ComponentOne for ASP.NET MVC control to create an sales dashboard.

Point and Figure charting in ASP.NET MVC

Point and Figure charting technique, a new addition to our ASP.NET MVC FinancialChart control, is a classical charting techniques that's gaining popularity in the new internet era. In this blog we'll look at how to implement this intuitive stock chart in ASP.NET MVC.

ActiveReports 12, Service Pack 1 has arrived

The first Service Packs for ActiveReports 12 and ActiveReports 12 Server have released, and they include multiple much-requested features from customers.

How to Use MultiSelect Input Control for WinForms, WPF, and UWP

The new MultiSelect input contro is like a ComboBox that allows multiple selections in the dropdown list.

New Release! ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin 2018 v1

We’re excited to announce the release of ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin 2018 v1, which brings plenty of enhancements to the control suite.  The new release contains many new features, samples, and even a new project template.

GrapeCity 2018 v1 Release

We're pleased to announce the launch of ComponentOne and Wijmo 2018 v1 releases.

New Release! ComponentOne Studio Enterprise, 2018 v1

We're pleased to announce GrapeCity's first major release of 2018! In addition to a new control, you'll find multiple enhancements and templates that speed up your project creation and make ComponentOne's controls easier than ever to use.

How to use SpreadJS with React framework

This tutorial demonstrates how to quickly combine SpreadJS with the React framework using the Babel JavaScript compiler in a simple webpage.

How to Print a FlexReport to Multiple Printers

Learn how to print FlexReport pages to multiple printers. Includes a sample.

How to display BLOB images from a SQLite database

Learn how to display BLOB images from a SQLite databse in ActiveReports.

How to use SubReports in Page Reports

As of ActiveReports 12, you can use subreports in page reports. Page report types are great for creating highly-structured reports such as billing statements, forms, and catalogs.

Getting Started with Multilingual App Toolkit

The Multilingual App Toolkit automates the process of language support for you, and even provides free translations to other languages. Here's how to integrate it into your XAML apps.

Understanding the probability of stock price trajectory with Point and Figure Charts

In this blog, we'll walk you through how Point and Figure chart can help us take advantage of simple chart patterns to record the battle between supply and demand – a basic law that affects our day-to-day life.

How to Create a Shared Dataset in ActiveReports Server

Shared datasets allow users to use datasets in their own ad hoc reports. Here's how to create a shared dataset.

GrapeCity Products win big with ComponentSource awards!

GrapeCity product lines win 16 awards from global distributor ComponentSource, including 3 of the top 5 product awards!

Video - How to programmatically generate Excel files with Spread.Services

In this one-hour webinar video, you'll learn how to generate advanced Excel files on the server using .NET Core 2.0, .NET Framework, Mono, Xamarin, or iOS. No Excel needed!

Create Custom Print Dialogs and Print Directly from FlexReport

Learn how to print FlexReports directly or using a custom print dialog so you can control how a document's content is to be printed and specify the printer settings.

Video - FlexGrid 101 for Xamarin.Forms

This webinar video teaches you to learn how to take full advantage of ComponentOne's Xamarin data grid in your native mobile apps!