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We’ve noticed a lot more people using a single page application (SPA) framework called DurandalJS, and as a result we’ve also noted an uptick in inquiries on how to use Wijmo in a Durandal application. This blog post aims to demystify much of the process of getting this to work properly.
As 2013 rolls over to 2014, there are a host of changes and minor revolutions to look back on for the year that was.
Do you want to add a context menu in SpreadJS? It is very simple. No mouse down event, no left or right mouse button checking, just popup the menu in contextmenu event of the SpreadJS place-holder element.
The recently released Visual Studio 2013 offers myriad advantages for ASP.NET MVC developers, supporting the creation of the most intuitive and adaptable Web applications yet.
Did you know that you can create a flashy data visualization on a map without needing a real mapping control?
Adding images to charts in a Business application makes it more interesting. Lets discuss how to add images or pictures to convey business information more effortlessly.
ActiveReports has been the first choice of developers when it comes to creating hassle free and versatile reports. With the addition of the concept of PageReports, where layout is the priority, ActiveReports took a step further in simplifying any reporting need of an organization.
ActiveReports popular for its flexibility allows developers to do various kind of customizations to completely control the report processing engine to fit their needs.
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Let's take a look at some of the top developments in the world of jQuery, including two new beta releases in jQuery and a new version of jQuery mobile.
HTML5 widgets in Wijmo take advantage of the myriad programming opportunities available in crafting responsive, browser agnostic and highly tailored UI.
HTML5 development offers report designers the adaptability and versatility key to succeeding in the exceedingly customizable, granular world of mobile apps.
Spread for Silverlight has introduced an exciting new feature. Spread now provides a Formula TextBox which gets enabled when you enter a formula in a cell at run time. It now allows entering formulas in cells just like you do it in Microsoft Excel. Something like the image below: