Posts tagged with 'tutorials-2'
Build 293 has released, and it has added over 300 lessons in our new LearnWijmo app as well as some updates to support Angular 4 and TypeScript 2.2.
Microsoft Dynamics 365, a popular enterprise business solution designed to manage business processes, has a plethora of features that fulfill most business needs. But because every business is different, each enterprise generally requires customization. Fortunately, the customizations are straightforward, and can be done through plugins, actions, and web resources.
Recently, I received an inquiry about exporting selected data from a FlexGrid to a PDF document. I found this interesting. While we often brag about the amount of data the FlexGrid can hold, in this case,the user needed only a portion of the data.
C1 Web API Report Services enables you to build HTTP services, which can be consumed by a variety of clients for viewing, loading and caching reports, including the Wijmo ReportViewer. These are REST-based API services, which communicated with HTML 5 ReportViewer control to display the report content on the web.
A while ago one of our customers asked for a sample showing how to create a “dynamic dashboard”—one like those you can create in the Google Analytics app. The image below shows an example:
Data validation is an important task for any applications that accept user input. In build 212, we added data validation to the CollectionView class, which can be used by all Wijmo controls that support data collections, including the FlexGrid.
We’ve recently received a barrage of questions regarding Wijmo integration with various module loaders and bundlers (like SystemJS, WebPack, Angular CLI, etc), which is possible, but requires a number of extra steps. We also received a question about Wijmo npm installation, which is tightly coupled with the former.
Filtering is an important feature for large data sets and may vary depending on the structure of the data being filtered. In this post, we'll walk through filtering hierarchical data in the FlexGrid control in an Angular application.
Most web applications use forms to get data from users. Whether the form is made of text boxes, toggles, buttons, checkboxes, or custom controls, web developers need to be purposeful about forms to make users happy and increase conversions.
Good charts turn raw data into information that users can grasp easily. Great charts go beyond that. They tell engaging stories and invite exploration and discovery. This blog describes the process of implementing of one of the greatest charts I have ever seen using the Wijmo library.