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DevChannel builds are untested and are meant for preview only. It is not recommended to use them in production environments. This DevChannel update includes previews for SpreadJS.Views Designers; also includes a library update.
This will be an exciting new year for GrapeCity Spread, and I'm pleased to present our awesome plans for 2018.
The general trend in the .NET world is interoperability, and we at GrapeCity see this continuing in 2018. Keeping this central to our future product planning, we'll continue to innovate and strengthen existing products.
In this blog, we’ll walk you through how to let the end-users annotate and perform different operations on the annotations. We know annotations are helpful in communicating information, but identifying relevant data points for annotation might not be obvious. If overused, annotations can distract user's attention from the data, so it's important to have the right balance.
In addition to all the great new features we introduced in SpreadJS v11, such as charts and more functions support, we’ve also simplified the licensing. In this blog I'll go over runtime licenses, designer licenses, and how to properly use them in your application.
With 2017 quickly coming to a close and a successful ActiveReports 12 release in November, it's time to look into the next year.
A Spread.Services service pack has released with enhanced support for SpreadJS JSON data and Xamarin.iOS.
While React has only recently risen to front-end web development ubiquity, data grids have been one of the most common visual software elements since the advent of UIs themselves. The popularity of React and commodity of data grids means there are a plethora of options for adding one to your application. FlexGrid included with GrapeCity's Wijmo is the best plug-and-play data grid for React.
After updating to Chrome 63, we found a new layout bug in our input controls. Any Wijmo input control that included a button had this bug. The button was not filling the entire height of the control.