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PDF for .NET - Migrating from ComponentOne PDF to GrapeCity Documents for PDF

We have continually been monitoring the performance of GcExcel and improving upon it with every release. We recorded the performance time and memory consumed for load, save and calculation operations with GcExcel and some other competitors on three OS environments - Windows, MAC and Linux. Check out the details!

Build Vue Apps with Wijmo and the New Vue CLI 3.0

As of the 2018 v1 release, Wijmo is available on NPM. Here's a look at how to use Wijmo and NPM to build apps for Vue.js. This blog is the fourth in a series about using Wijmo in frameworks.

How to Add Outlook-Style Scheduling to your .NET Applications

Introducing Outlook 2016 views in Scheduler for WinForms

How to Design Templates for .NET Financial Reports

This article demonstrates how to create a .NET financial report template in ActiveReports Server.

How to Use OLAP Cubes in Microsoft SASS with Your ASP.NET MVC Application

With ComponentOne Studio's OLAP control you can create Excel-like, web-based pivot tables and charts in your ASP.NET MVC projects. This article discusses how you can connect to Microsoft SSAS Cubes with MVC OLAP.

SpreadJS Hotfix 11.2.3 Available

SpreadJS Hotfix 11.2.3 is now available for download in the DevChannel and on the download page.

Spreadsheet API Performance Tests in .NET Core Applications

We have continually been monitoring the performance of GcExcel and improving upon it with every release. We recorded the performance time and memory consumed for load, save and calculation operations with GcExcel and some other competitors on three OS environments - Windows, MAC and Linux. Check out the details!

How to Import and Export Excel Spreadsheets in Angular

With the newly added Angular 6 support, this article demonstrates how you can import and export Excel spreadsheets with SpreadJS in an Angular environment -- without any dependencies on Excel.

Data Visualization – Analyzing Bivariate Data with Treemap Charts

A Treemap chart is an alternative way of visualising data. This chart type characterizes a tree-like structure, where the tree branches are represented by nested rectangles. There are many advantages of using a Treemap. The most important advantage is the ability to assist in performing bivariate data analysis – the analysis of the correlation between two set of variables.

Making Web Components Accessible

In this article, we describe our experience making our components more accessible, focusing on accessibility aspects that are directly related to component development.