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The FlexChart control allows you to create Excel-style data-bound charts. The control supports multiple chart types, rich styling, and has extensions for interactions, analytics, and more. The FlexChartIntro sample is a great introduction to FlexChart's basic features (along with the documentation, of course). You'll see how to create charts; customize legends, axes, and titles; add tooltips; style series; and use selection modes.
Call it self-service reporting or ad-hoc reporting, but the bottom line is that more and more business users are asking for access to corporate data so that they can build their own reports or modify existing operational reports. In a recent webcast, we reviewed the drivers for self-service reporting and how ActiveReports Server with its web-based report designer add-on can help.
Over the past few months, many customers have been asking "What's in it for me?" with regard to using ActiveReports Server along with their existing ActiveReports developer reports. So we went about sharing more details as part of a webinar in July. Our agenda for the webcast was to show how existing customers of ActiveReports could use ActiveReports Server to enhance their applications by adding features like scalability, load balancing, scheduling, and more.
Wijmo has three controls you can use for editing dates and times: Calendar, InputDate, and InputTime controls.
Excel-like Appearance and Behavior
Add a RangeSelector and browse the chart types in the FlexChart for LightSwitch Cloud Business Apps control.
Use TagHelpers, FlexGrid, and FlexChart to visualize data within a grid cell.
Spreadsheets have a lot of different features that make manipulating data very intuitive and easy. One of the main features that helps with visualization of that data is charts. Having the ability to give the power of data visualizations to users and customers can be an invaluable resource for developers. In this blog, I will show you how to create a simple spreadsheet with the ability to add different types of charts based on the data in the spreadsheet.
Array formulas allow you to do complex tasks with formulas. They allow you to calculate the values of multiple cells at once. You can replace multiple standard formulas with a single array formula.
Many companies are starting to move their applications from Silverlight to HTML5 in order to target mobile users, and to remove dependencies on legacy technologies like Silverlight and browser plugins in general.
In the previous blog we introduced the FinancialChart control. We outlined some of the important features and provided instructions on how to get the necessary files; introduced how to use the base class; outlined what each of the chart types do and what they accomplished; and looked at the different chart types. In this blog, let's work with a simple candlestick chart and add some additional functionality to it—customize some properties, add analytics, and provide some styling.
Coming next week, we're releasing four new controls for LightSwitch Cloud Business Apps.
We're thrilled to announce our newest and greatest control, FinancialChart. If you're already familiar with Wijmo5, you know that we already offer FlexChart, FlexPie, and our Gauge controls. These three controls covered a large percentage of charting requirements on the web. But as websites mature, the demands for charting are becoming increasingly specific and more robust in the web space.
SpreadJS supports sorting data programmatically. Filters and tables have UI sorting options. Sorting data makes it easier to find information in a column or row.
We have released ASP.NET Core 1.0 compatible MVC Edition controls, with this our controls support the new TagHelpers feature available in MVC. We can either use the C1 Templates inside Visual Studio 2015 or the ASP.NET Core default template to get started using TagHelpers. In this blog post, I will show you how to use the TagHelpers with the default template.