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The Spread WPF Designer provides useful properties and settings that developers can change to create specific sheets and templates for use in their application. This functionality could be useful to users as well, and the bulk of that functionality is contained within a Ribbon toolbar. This tutorial provides step-by-step instructions for adding an open-source Ribbon toolbar to a WPF application with Spread. The toolbar that is used in this tutorial is an open-source ribbon for WPF applications called “Fluent Ribbon”, and it can be found here: Fluent Ribbon GitHub
Using CRUD operations with Spread for ASP.NET provides useful database functionality along with an intuitive interface. Spread for ASP.NET has built-in functionality for connecting to a SQL Data Source that can be accomplished in the Design view of Visual Studio.
Using CRUD operations with Spread for ASP.NET provides useful database functionality along with an intuitive interface. You can use ADO.NET code and a SQL Server with Spread for ASP.NET with just a little bit of coding to connect everything.
Camera Shapes in Spread for WinForms allow the developer to take snapshots of content in a range of cells for use in other areas of the sheet, or different sheets entirely. This can help with organizing and presenting data in one cohesive view without having to worry about constraints on that view. In particular, camera shapes help make creating dashboards and complex reports simple and easy. In this blog post, I will show you how to create a custom CameraShape class for use in SpreadJS.
We regularly receive emails from Microsoft MVP’s inquiring if we have a program that offers NFR product licenses to Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVP). One client recently worded it well in his inquiry, that by us having a MVP program it is a way to reward community volunteers, get expert feedback, and generally create community awareness about our products. He went on to say that MVPs, with their particular skills and community focus, are useful allies in product evaluation and beta testing. In addition, MVPs are often in a position to recommend products, and/or influence the purchasing policy of their clients.
Quality testing is increasingly critical to the software development lifecycle, especially as user practices expand and margins for error get thinner.
Self-service analytics has caught on in the enterprise like wildfire, with more organizations deploying end user reporting tools designed to maximize the number of company data crunchers.
If developers can set the trends themselves, they should leverage the features and strategies currently gaining popularity in the software industry.
Application development should include several security considerations, including where information is stored, what third parties have access to program information and encryption being used.
Rapid delivery is always a part of any business project, but tools that make accelerated deployment possible may actually be hampering their quality.