Posts tagged with 'activereports'
Earlier in the month, two members of GrapeCity’s Customer Experience Team attended South Florida Code Camp in Fort Lauderdale-Davie at Nova University.
GrapeCity product lines win 16 awards from global distributor ComponentSource, including 3 of the top 5 product awards!
As a Technical Engagement Engineer, I work with a lot of ActiveReports Server customers. Here are my three favorite Server features--take advantage of them today!
Of the many impressive features that ActiveReports Server boasts, one of my personal favorites is the fully-customizable user interface, allowing for complete color-scheme control of the Server.
Whether or not you have a human Valentine today, we know you have a tool or two for which you might compose a sonnet or two. Here's a quick list of our most lovable developer tools.
All four of our current product lines—ComponentOne, ActiveReports, Spread, and Wijmo—have merged into a single site, providing you with one easy location for support, forums, blogs, news, and product information.
ActiveReports has been the best reporting tool in the industry since the ActiveX days, and is used across various domains and platforms. As the technologies evolve, so do our customers. You're moving to newer platforms and technologies, and we're making every effort to keep pace. In this blog, we’re going to see how to use ActiveReports in the latest web framework by Microsoft -- ASP.NET Core 2.0.
A developer's work is sometimes challenging, usually satisfying, and rarely repetitive. But sometimes, history repeats itself. Here are some giphys to get you through the next six weeks of winter. Or through your next release.
Last week, CodeMash 2018 took place at the Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, Ohio. The Kalahari Resort is an indoor/outdoor waterpark, and is a great place for families. It's the perfect host for CodeMash, which provides activities for the entire family also!
With 2017 quickly coming to a close and a successful ActiveReports 12 release in November, it's time to look into the next year.
While RDL reports are easy enough to create in a designer, you may need to conditionally manage data-binding of a page or report at run time. Or you might need to make a minor change to the layout of a report based on some user input. In short, you need to create an RDL report in **code**. This blog walks you through that process, and you can also download the sample code to use in your report app.
The ActiveReports 12 Server webinar is available for viewing at your leisure. Learn about Dataset Joins, subreports, CSV export, and more.
The ActiveReports 12 Server webinar is available for viewing at your leisure. Learn about new report templates, how to schedule a one-time report, and more.