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The C1Chart control supports built-in grouping and aggregation. This allows you to display summarized data in a chart without the extra work of grouping the data yourself. In this blog post I’ll show you two ways you can take advantage of the built-in grouping and aggregation features found in ComponentOne Chart for WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone and WinRT XAML.
This first release of 2014 adds powerful new features to Chart, FlexGrid, Calendar, RadialMenu, and Maps, and we've added accessibility features across the whole studio. Let me take you through each major new item.
It is common to add headers and footers in your documents and continuing them on every page makes up for its efficient usage too.
In this blog, I am providing a small utility code to capture whether the Printing has been completed or Cancelled while printing a WPF C1Report.
When using a Grid control, many of us have a requirement of displaying some kind of information on the Footer Rows or the Summary Rows of the grid.
Charts are commonly used GUI controls for reporting and analysis, developer often look to provide various customization options.
The ComponentOne Chart control for XAML includes 22 pre-defined color palettes. These palettes are the color scheme used for styling the plot elements. To choose one you just set the Palette property on the C1Chart control. Here's a graphic showing the 22 palettes by name.
Customizing the Axis Labels for C1Chart for WPF has been made easy with the AnnoTemplate feature. You can even customize the appearance as per your requirement based on some condition.
ComponentOne Studio for Silverlight includes a very useful control, C1TreeView, which can be used to create a hierarchical structure for data in nodes format.
WPF Excel combines the development of sophisticated data modification and analysis tools with the familiarity of Excel.
Considering the popularity of MVVM pattern with WPF and Silverlight, developers are always looking to implement every possible feature in XAML.
Charts have always been an important component which gives the flexibility to analyze and visualize data. On great demand of Spread customers, we have introduced Charts in Spread for Silverlight and WPF.
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.
WPF Excel enables flexibility when working with data and spreadsheets - a must for organizations with end users that are accustomed to using the Microsoft application.
C1Flexgrid for WPF provides lot of features including the option to Group the data. However, it lacks the support for Hierarchical structure. Hierarchical display provides the ability to present the master data to users, such that the related detail data can be viewed in the same grid with a single mouse click. End users can expand and collapse the related row bands using a TreeView-like interface.
Grid controls are commonly used to display records in tabular format. We have columns mapped to particular fields from the database to show the corresponding values. Along with this it provides the option to edit the values.
ComponentOne Chart for WPF allows us to perform End User Interaction wherein we can zoom/ scale/ translate chart for a better view.