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We are pleased to announce that 2016 V1 adds new business controls and capabilities to various C1Studio ASP.NET Editions. MVC Edition now has a new FlexSheet control that enables you to build spreadsheet like apps for the web, and we're also launching FlexViewer as beta. FlexViewer lets users view .NET reports built with FlexReport on the web. Save time building MVC applications with scaffolding support for our MVC Edition controls, FinancialChart gets powerful analytical tools. Web Forms Edition continues to add features to major controls based on feedback from the community.
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We're pleased to launch FlexViewer for MVC, a new HTML5 report viewer supporting FlexReport and C1Reports. C1Studio's FlexReport has been a leap forward in our strong Reporting & Documentation offering, and the FlexViewer for MVC is a powerful addition to your .NET reporting capabilities.
In our ongoing quest to serve you better, we've put together a survey entitled "How do you use open source?" We're planning to publish our results sometime this spring, and we'd love to hear from you.
In case you missed Chris Bannon's webinar on migrating MVVM and XAML apps to HTML5, here's a full video and slide share.
Generate Excel spreadsheets from JSON, XML, and datatables with C# and the ComponentOne Studio Web API Edition.
Adding Tooltips to Spreadsheets is a common usage where you want to show additional information about cells. SpreadJS allows you to display the tooltip only for the HyperlinkCellType. However, you may want to show cell tooltips for any type of cell, say for instance to display the current cell location in a tooltip.
Why does animation matter in a mobile device? Because I expect my phone to behave like objects in the real world.
This time last week the expo hall had recently opened and the remaining attendees were heading to the session, "Developing for Windows 10." This is the third BUILD event I've been to and while most everyone was bummed they didn't get a free HoloLens, the sessions didn't disappoint at all.
Creating iTunes-like interfaces with TreeGrids, schedules with custom cells, a calendar, and even Sudoku.
How to convince your manager that buying a control toolkit is worth the cost
To build or buy a control. How much are you willing to pay to make your life easier? What’s an hour of your time worth? Explore 3 thoughts on when to build and when to buy a control for your next project
A quick ROI Calculator to find the cost/benefit of building vs. buying a control toolset.
This is the time of year in which our clients and many of my co-workers begin inquiring as to what lies ahead here at GrapeCity in 2015. I have tons of new and exciting stuff to share with you about our development efforts in 2015.
Adventures in Angular: Replacing Silverlight with Wijmo and Angular with Chris Bannon and Bernardo Castilho
Earlier in the month two of my colleagues, Bernardo and Chris were guests on Adventures in Angular. Adventures in Angular is a weekly show dedicated to the AngularJS framework. The co-hosts for the episode titled, “Replacing Silverlight with Wijmo and Angular with Chris Bannon and Bernardo Castilho,” which aired on 1/08/2014, included Joe Eames, Charles Max Wood and John Papa.
A Collection of Tools for Developing High Performance and Richly Designed Apps in Every Platform
Wijmo5 offers a collection of client-side controls including FlexChart, FlexGrid and several other Input controls. The FlexChart control provides a powerful and flexible way to visualize data.You can use the FlexChart control to create charts that display data in several formats, including bar, line, symbol, bubble, and others.
With the release of our new Wijmo 5, there are many opportunities for cross-platform app developers who are interested in expanding how they create software.
HTML5 forms are highly useful methods of interacting with a variety of different customer bases through any e-commerce portal, but they aren't the only way to use HTML5 to reach an audience.