FlexGrid allows you to access many different options and properties of the control to customize and configure behaviors to meet project needs. But in some cases, you may want to empower your end user with control of certain features of the Grid without cluttering up your user interface with controls. In this blog, we'll dive into how to add a glyph to the FlexGrid, allowing the users to configure their own interface and keep the page looking clean. By exposing properties or behaviors to the end user and using a data binding framework such as Angular 2, you can easily make a menu so end users can customize on the fly.
Thanks to everyone who attended the webinar! If you couldn’t attend the live broadcast, here's the video and slide deck.
Hello Everyone! In today's video we'll look at how to build an Angular 2 dashboard in under five minutes. If you haven't watched our Getting Started videos, I highly encourage you to do so as this will walk you through project setup.
Welcome to the Wijmo Input control,an HTML5 and TypeScript-based input control you can use in an Angular 2 application!
Welcome to the Wijmo FlexChart, a TypeScript and HTML5 chart you can build into an Angular 2 application.
Update May 11, 2016: This talk was given at the DFW Coders conference in March 2016, using Angular 2 alpha concepts. For a more updated talk on migration, using Angular 2 beta concepts, please see the webinar.
Earlier this week I partnered with Kelley Ricker (my colleague at GrapeCity and the developer relations expert for Xuni native mobile controls) to conduct a webinar on the advantages and shortfalls of hybrid and native mobile app. He also posted this blog over at GoXuni.com, and I thought the Wijmo crowd would be interested, as well.
Cordova and Ionic offer some really useful features that allows web developer to write native applications for each platform using web languages. These apps aren't mobile websites, but apps that sit in the app store.
Spreadsheets Land in Wijmo
Welcome to Wijmo 5 FlexChart!
- Wijmo Website
- Analytics Module
- Customizing Annotations
- Drilling Down
- Searching / Filtering
- handle large data sets in html5
- Handle multiple device screen sizes in HTML5
- maintain speed in html5
- maintain performance in html5
Welcome to Wijmo 5 FlexGrid!
Creating Responsive Applications on the Web
- responsive charts for web
- series collection in flexchart
- make legends responsive in chart
- make datalabels and tooltips responsive
- display legends in mobile
- display tooltips in mobile
- change chart header for mobile
- change chart footer for mobile
In the previous blog we introduced the FinancialChart control. We outlined some of the important features and provided instructions on how to get the necessary files; introduced how to use the base class; outlined what each of the chart types do and what they accomplished; and looked at the different chart types. In this blog, let's work with a simple candlestick chart and add some additional functionality to it—customize some properties, add analytics, and provide some styling.
We're thrilled to announce our newest and greatest control, FinancialChart. If you're already familiar with Wijmo5, you know that we already offer FlexChart, FlexPie, and our Gauge controls. These three controls covered a large percentage of charting requirements on the web. But as websites mature, the demands for charting are becoming increasingly specific and more robust in the web space.