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Spread.Services already provides super-fast Excel-compatible spreadsheet creation. Support for .NET Core 2.0 jumps it into overdrive.
Jumping right into developing with a new API can be daunting. Well, at least if you're me it can. Let's walk through the basics together and get rid of any points of pain. We're going to make a gorgeous XLSX file in code with NO Microsoft Excel dependency! Woot!
FlexGrid's famous flexibility extends to events (actions that software recognizes and might respond to) — which you can use to customize your data grid's behavior to fit your needs. Let's look at the ways in which FlexGrid's events make it easier to set up event handlers and listeners for your project.
Microsoft’s .NET Core 2.0 and the .NET Standard 2.0 specification have been finalized for a few weeks now, and we’re beginning to see new libraries to support them (such as our own Spread.Services and ComponentOne MVC Edition and Web API controls). For many users, it might not yet be clear why these technologies are important and how they’ll impact their work.
PostgreSQL is one of the most commonly used open source data sources. It has an interface that makes it easier to use than MySQL. Recently one of our customers asked how to bind ActiveReports to a PostgreSQL database, so I decided to write this blog article to help other customers who work with PostgreSQL.
We have added a cast method to the client API that lets you use the client side reference of MVC controls as typed objects.
As of July 2017, you can display multiple months at the same time — depending on available space — using the new CalendarView and DateEdit control for WinForms. The multi-month calendar includes rich layout and customization options, like setting your calendar to RightToLeft or vertical layout.
Spread.Services is a new GrapeCity spreadsheet server component for .NET Core and developers across all .NET platforms, including:
In this article we'll examine the improved designer support in ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin across Xamarin.iOS, Xamarin.Android, and Xamarin.Forms.
Use TreeView to display the headings in a document, the entries in an index, the files and directories on a disk, or any other kind of information that would be best displayed as a hierarchy.
Last week we hosted a webinar to introduce the new web designer. The goal of this webinar was to provide a hands-on session taking attendees through the steps to create:
A hotfix for ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin is now available via the GrapeCity NuGet server and nuget.org as build 2.3.20172.189. This article outlines the fixes in the new hotfix.
On August 23rd, our ActiveReports Server Product Manager, Bhupesh Malhotra, will present a free webinar introducing the new web designer we've added to the ActiveReports Server Report Designer Add-On.
The new FlexGrid control in ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin has many new features for users coming from Xuni. The control not only boasts a notably cleaner architecture with performance improvements, but it also allows a much richer experience through a number of small additions to our previous platform. In this article we'll take a look at some of the highlights of the new version of FlexGrid.
Introduced with the 2017 v2 release of ComponentOne Studio, TreeMap charts are the latest addition to FlexChart for WinForms, WPF, and UWP. Specifically designed to visualize hierarchical data, TreeMap makes use of nested rectangles to display values. An alternative to the node-link representation in traditional tree diagrams that we're all familiar with, TreeMap is a compact and less space-consuming option for displaying hierarchies to give a quick overview of your data's structure.