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Wijmo Supports Angular 7

We're happy to announce that Wijmo supports Angular version 7. You can use the current version of Wijmo to build Angular version 7 applications today.

Hotfix available for GcDocuments .NET Products

We've released a small hotfix for GrapeCity Documents for .NET, a line of high-speed APIs for PDF, Excel, Word, and Imaging.

How and Why to Enable Bootstrap in ASP.NET Core MVC Projects

In this blog, we'll walk through how (and why) to enable Bootstrap in your ASP.NET Core MVC project in both the standard Visual Studio template and in our custom ComponentOne templates.

Using Rich Text Formatting in a JavaScript Spreadsheet

SpreadJS 12 is now available, and new features include built-in and customized shapes, rich text formatting, and new charts.

An Introduction to Azure Functions

This article is an overview of Azure Functions and discusses why you may want to choose Azure Functions as your microservice.

How to Integrate the ActiveReports Server Web Designer in an MVC App

This article talks about how to go about embedding the new HTML5/JavaScript based Web Designer in your MVC applications.

Wijmo and JavaScript Globalization

Wijmo has a Globalize class that provides language-sensitive string and data formatting as well as parsing.

Migration From a Section Report to Page/RDL Report

This blog will help you understand why migrating from Section reports to Page/RDL reports in ActiveReports is necessary.

Data Visualization - Creating a .NET Election Prediction Report

With the upcoming United States Congressional elections in November, I thought it would be an interesting and educational experience to create a report on the predicted outcomes of the election using an ActiveReports Page report..

What's New in SpreadJS 12

SpreadJS 12 is now available, and new features include built-in and customized shapes, rich text formatting, and new charts.