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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.
Today we'll look into how to build custom tooltips for charts in WinForms, UWP, and WPF. Tooltips are an important, integral addition to charts: they provide additional information about the data without adding visual clutter. You'll find that tooltips in FlexChart and FlexPie are easily configurable, highly flexible chart elements.
You can use cell formatting with formulas in SpreadJS to get the results you want. Some formulas may not return the number of decimal places you want or the types of values you want to see.
As part of the Angular 2 custom component series, today we’re looking into how to create a custom component by inheriting a base class. Specifically, we’ll create an InheritedGrid by deriving it from the Wijmo’s WjFlexGrid component.
In this blog series, we’ll look at the two primary methods of creating a reusable custom component in Angular 2: class inheritance and aggregation. We’ll look at the pros and cons of each method and dive into their implementations.
As part of the Angular 2 custom component series, today we’re looking into how to create a custom component using aggregation.
We work very closely with our customers to fix bugs quickly and to add new features in a timely manner. Our release process involves very thorough QA so we normally do not publish a build for 1-2 weeks after it drops.
The best innovations spring out of our desire to avoid boring, repetitive, drudge work. This is why we bring you (*ta da!*) report parts.
We use the Reports list to set report permissions and categories. But before we can set categories, we need to create them.
It's May 2016, and time for our v1.5 service pack release.
When interactive applications use events to handle user actions, app performance can suffer. Debouncing resolves that problem by executing the event handler only once. Here's how it works.
Thanks to everyone who attended the webinar! If you couldn’t attend the live broadcast, here's the video and slide deck.
With ActiveReports Server, you can view end user reports created with the optional Designer Add-On. You can also upload reports created in the developer version of ActiveReports. All reports on the server appear in the Administrator Dashboard Reports list.
In case you are new here, Spread is a product line that includes spreadsheet, grid, and data presentation components for .NET and JavasScript developers. Spread Studio v9 Sp1 and SpeadJS v9 Sp1 were just released and we have a lot of news. Here is an overview:
We have just released Spread Studio v9 Sp1 and SpreadJS v9 Sp1 and a few announcements come with this release.
Here we will create three users who can log into the Report Portal and assign them to the roles we created.