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Let's look at how we transpose a matrix so that rows become columns, and columns become rows, creating an inverted DataGrid.
The team was a bit awestruck last month when we walked into the recording studio at KDKA to meet with the Pittsburgh Technology Council (PTC) President, Audrey Russo and Jonathan Kersting, VP of Communicatons and Media for the PTC.
Web API works with FlexGrid for ASP.NET MVC to export grids to Excel without losing any formatting.
Generate Excel spreadsheets from JSON, XML, and datatables with C# and the ComponentOne Studio Web API Edition.
Slicers allow you to quickly filter data. A slicer provides filtering details without the need to use drop-down lists. This makes it easier to find the data you are interested in. SpreadJS supports table slicers.
Update (5/11/2016): Our Angular 2 components now support NG2 RC. We plan to officially release our components when Angular 2 ships. Learn more about our Angular 2 support.
ComponentOne Studio added Input and Calendar controls for LightSwitch Cloud Business Apps Edition.
We have just released Build 109 and it includes some nice new features, some new samples and of course bug fixes.
You can use the Excel Import and Export Component to import and export Excel files into the SpreadJS widget. The component resides on your application server.
Financial Chart for MVC's Fibonacci tool can be used to mark an uptrend or a downtrend with one property.
Don't forget: Microsoft will end product support for .NET 4.0, 4.5, and 4.5.1 on Jan. 12, 2016. ComponentOne Studio controls will not be affected.
A brief overview of the changes you'll find in ASP.NET 5 from Microsoft: TagHelpers, project JSON, Razor code, and more
You can now clearly express patterns and trends in FinancialChart for MVC with a moving average trend line.
Earlier this week I partnered with Kelley Ricker (my colleague at GrapeCity and the developer relations expert for Xuni native mobile controls) to conduct a webinar on the advantages and shortfalls of hybrid and native mobile app. He also posted this blog over at GoXuni.com, and I thought the Wijmo crowd would be interested, as well.
With ActiveReports Server and ActiveReports 10 Professional Edition, you can share data sets on the server for improved data governance and reusability. We've talked a little about who might want to do this and why. Now we'll talk about how.
ActiveReports Server now supports two methods for reports to access data: Shared Data Sets and Data Models. The obvious question then is which should you use? To answer that question, we need to understand what types of reports you are serving up using ActiveReports Server.
Not everyone will find the shared data sets feature useful, but for those who do, it is huge. If you use ActiveReports Server to deliver Page or RDL reports created using ActiveReports, you can share data source and data set definitions on the server.