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Earlier this week, Microsoft made generally available worldwide its Dynamics CRM 2016 release. To be more precise -- and using the official product names -- Microsoft rolled out Dynamics CRM 2016, Dynamics CRM Online 2016 Update, Dynamics Marketing 2016 Update and Microsoft Social Engagement 2016 Update. In addition, FieldOne, the field-service company Microsoft bought in July 2015, is also available for purchase and can be installed directly within Office 365.
Cordova and Ionic offer some really useful features that allows web developer to write native applications for each platform using web languages. These apps aren't mobile websites, but apps that sit in the app store.
A viewport in SpreadJS is the visible area of the sheet (excluding headers, the tab strip, and the scroll bar). You may want to know the visible area of the widget if you plan to display a floating object based on which rows are visible or want to save or load data based on the visible area. This information may also be useful if the user scrolls and changes the visible area.
Spreadsheets Land in Wijmo
Last week we rolled out ActiveReports 10. This is a major version release which brings a lot of new features for our developer audience as well as our end users. The developer version of ActiveReports gets a new Tablix data region to enable complex cross-tab visualizations, a new DOCX rendering extension to export reports using the Open Office Document format, Stylesheets and other features and enhancements to make the life of a developer easier. Apart from the new look, the Server gets more control and data governance features for use with reports that developers design. They can now use Server Data Sources and Server Data Sets while hosting reports and executing them from the server.
An introduction to ComponentOne Studio's FinancialChart for MVC control.
SpreadJS was introduced in Spread Studio in April 2015 as SpreadJS v8. The prevrious version was part of the Wijmo product family. Below are the features that were added to SpreadJS in v8.
At GrapeCity, your suggestions are an integral part of the product design and roadmap. The 2015 V3 release is an example of how much your feedback is important to us , the majority of features in the ASP.NET stack is a result of valuable inputs from you. We have added new controls and features to all flavours of ASP.NET. In Web Forms we have added annotations in charts, ASP.NET MVC Edition has a new FinancialChart control and lot of features added to existing controls, the official release of Web API Edition has new excel and barcode REST API's.
Using Custom Floating Objects in SpreadJS can be useful to display large graphs inside of the widget. However, large amounts of data can be hard to display in the widget with the graph. In this blog, I will describe the steps for creating a D3-based chart using data from a SpreadJS widget used a fixed-position div element.
If you own a Spread license, you probably already know a lot about the product, but did you know everything that comes with it? Use this article as a guide to getting the most out of your partnership with us.
A comprehensive new of all the new features in ComponentOne Studio 2015 v3, featuring FlexReport for WinForms, FinancialChart for MVC, and FlexPivot for WinForms.
Welcome to Wijmo 5 FlexChart!
- Wijmo Website
- Analytics Module
- Customizing Annotations
- Drilling Down
- Searching / Filtering
- handle large data sets in html5
- Handle multiple device screen sizes in HTML5
- maintain speed in html5
- maintain performance in html5
The second in a series explaining the different types of charts available in ComponentOne Studio FinancialChart for MVC. This post covers CandleVolume and Arms CandleVolume charts.
The second in a series explaining the different types of charts available in ComponentOne Studio FinancialChart for MVC. This post covers Line Break and Kagi charts.
The second in a series explaining the different types of charts available in ComponentOne Studio FinancialChart for MVC. This post covers EquiVolume and Column Volume Charts.