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We're thrilled to announce the ship of our second major release of 2015! Below you'll find all the top features and enhancements, controls, and editions we're releasing.
Here's the final post in our Financials Charts Explained series, all of which will be available in Wijmo FinancialChart (due for release July 16). So far we've covered:
Here's part three in our Financials Charts Explained series, all of which will be available in Wijmo FinancialChart (due for release July 16). So far we've covered:
Here's part two in our Financials Charts Explained series, all of which will be available in Wijmo FinancialChart (due for release July 16). Our previous blog covered Heikin-Ashi and Renko; in this one we'll be covering EquiVolume and Column Volume Charts.
In a few weeks we'll be releasing one of our most exciting controls yet—Wijmo FinancialChart, an all-in-one control designed to provide every major financial chart available in a single customizable collection, a benefit unavailable in other controls on the market. While it's as lightweight as any Wijmo control, it's also virtually an application in itself. You're going to love its flexibility and power.
Introducing Web API for MVC Edition, a technical preview that's sure to add a flexible import and export tool to your MVC arsenal.
HTML5 has an eventing mechanism that works for HTML elements. But it cannot be used to add events to arbitrary objects, such as controls and collections.
How to unit test view model validation, focusing on the controller when the model is bound to a controller action. Welcome to part 4 in the TDD for ASP.NET MVC series. This time, I'll cover how to unit test view models in ASP.NETMVC. I'll focus primarily on how to unit test the model state validation that is performed by ASP.NET MVC in the controller when the model is bound to a controller action. To get started download and open up the solution for part 3.
I am here again with yet another addition to my 'Getting Started series for FlexGrid'. In my last blog, I talked about common problems faced by various users while implementing it with AngularJS. Today, I will be discussing about Filtering in FlexGrid.
To use ActiveReports, you need to activate a license key on your machine. To make sure that your machine is licensed, go to the Start page and under GrapeCity, run the License Manager. You can also open it from File Explorer on a path like:
If your text overflows the cell bounds then an ellipsis should be appended to the text and the rest is cut off. With this the user would be well aware of the fact that there is some amount of text that they can not see. Wouldn’t this be a nice feature for the SpreadJS cells as well?
A frequently-asked question is how to rotate cell contents to vertical (or some other angle) in a SpreadSheet. The short answer is that you can't. However, SpreadJS provides simple workaround using CustomCellType in which we can rotate the text.
It's not every day you get find a major bug in a browser rendering engine. I am honestly happy to have found this. Our team spent months investigating this issue before realizing it was not our Control that was the problem, but a single CSS property! OK, without further ado, here is the issue.
Adding Tooltips to Spreadsheets is a common usage where you want to show additional information about cells. SpreadJS allows you to display the tooltip only for the HyperlinkCellType. However, you may want to show cell tooltips for any type of cell, say for instance to display the current cell location in a tooltip.