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AddNamedItem method on the SectionReport class provides the ability to add an instance of a class or type to report script's global namespace. Report's script becomes aware of this custom class within a project or one coming from an external class library. Once a type or an object has been added to the the report's scope , any method or properties contained within that type can then be called from the script.
Microsoft Excel provides a Print Titles feature to print the row and column headings or labels on every page if a worksheet spans more than one page while printing. In simple words, Print Titles are the rows and columns repeated at the top and left of each page respectively, when a sheet is printed.
With the release of ActiveReports 7, we have provided users of Data Dynamics Reports and ActiveReports with an upgrade that adds significant new features. When we were creating the new viewer control, one thing we didn't bring over from Data Dynamics Reports was a built-in export from the viewer. This is largely because the number of toolbar buttons on the viewer is already staggering.
Spread WPF and Spread Silverlight version 18.104.22.168 is now released! Enhancements in this version include:
This is a milestone release for Wijmo. It focuses on YOU, our customers. Wijmo 2.2.0 features some of the top requested items on http://wijmo.uservoice.com like better documentation and samples, OData integration and a preview of Virtual Scrolling in the Grid.
In this blog article, I am going to showcase a small implementation which shows the interaction between C1Chart and C1DataGrid with the help of C1DragDropManager control from our Silverlight suite. Objective of the blog is to support dragging of Column headers to Chart control to display corresponding Column values as DataSeries.
Microsoft Visual Studio LightSwitch is designed to help business users and developers quickly create data-based applications with minimal code. However, we can reduce our efforts further by using ComponentOne controls in it.
Recently it was brought to my attention that there are no examples of how to use a DataTable as a datasource for the Wijmo BarChart. So I began to dig and found a few very handy things about the DataBinding in the Wijmo BarChart that makes binding to a datatable a snap. Let's not mince words, and get right to it.
In C1Scheduler, an appointment (simple or recurring) is saved as a single record when stored in a database. Many times users want to store all the instances of recurring appointment in a separate table instead of saving it as a single record.
Whether it's user settings or some quick data that I want to persist between runs of my application, I've often found a need for quickly saving and loading data from IsolatedStorage. Recently, I wrote an application that needed to store a list of users. On each run of the application the users are loaded, and on close of the application the users get saved. I wrote a simple pair of methods that serialized and deserialized my list of users from IsolatedStorage using the XmlSerializer class.
SilverLight 4.0 introduced lot of new features for its users including the support for Context Menu. By default, if you right click on any SilverLight control, it shows the installed SilverLight version on your machine.
Wijmo Chart provides a large range of options for customizing its appearance according to user requirements. In this blog, I have provided the code snippets for few common requirements as mentioned below.
C1DataGrid for SilverLight provides lot of options to customize the Cell or Row contents. One such Option is the availability of LoadedCellPresenter event and LoadedRowPresenter event. As the name suggests, these two events provides the flexibility to customize the Cell or Row respectively. With the help of the Presenter object, you can control the Visual properties like Background, Foreground, Cell contents and many other things conditionally.
The WijRibbon widget is a UI control that looks like a toolbar. The wijribbon can be used as the full ribbon UI or as a simple ribbon UI that allows you to save screen real estate.
Russ Cam™ brings you Part 2 of our series from Appleton, Wisconsin: Fox Valley .NET User Group Day of .NET! First, we hear from Adam Hoffman who is now a Microsoft Cloud Evangelist. Then, I have an interesting discussion with John Ptacek, Senior Software Engineer at Skyline Technologies, about an cool open source product called PhoneGap. Finally, Clark Sell from Microsoft talks with us about an upcoming event called ThatConference and his newsletter called Metro-Weekly.com. Stay tuned for the outtakes and photos at the end of the video.
Russ Cam™ travels to Wisconsin for an awesome Day of .NET! In part one of this 2-part series, I chat with Greg Levenhagen, Senior Software Engineer & Azure Architect at Skyline Technologies and VP of Fox Valley .NET User Group. Greg talks about his Kinect session at the event. Then we talk with the former VP and now president of FVNUG, Keith Burnell, about the exciting things going on at the event. Then, it's another MVP on Russ Cam! Damon Payne, Client App Dev Microsoft MVP, talks with me about his cleverly titled session, "Every JavaScipt developer is now a Windows 8 developer?" Plus, Damon tells us about how he used ActiveReports! Stay tuned until the very end for outtakes and photos and a cameo surprise cameraman with Microsoft DE, David Bost.
Spread for SilverLight allows end users to create and use Viewports. People who are already familiar to different versions with Spread must be aware of what a Viewport is. For those who are not aware of this term; “In context with SpreadSheet, a Viewport is a rectangular independent scrollable area which has some specific row and column count ".