Posts tagged with 'activereports'
In my previous blog I had talked about how to use the ActiveReports HTML5 Viewer in an ASP.NET MVC application. The HTML5 Viewer is a really nice client side control to display reports stored on the server. However, there might be situations where you come across some issues while working with the HTML5 Viewer or the WebViewer control in an MVC application and haven't been able to solve the problem even after spending hours.
Adding yet another feather in the crown of the ActiveReports family, we have for you ActiveReports 9 with more features, better functionality and an all new user experience.
UI is one of the most important parts of Report-Designing. Not only does one need to ensure the report's flawless readability with easy comprehension, but that is has a suitable and attractive UI too.
ActiveReports has been the greatest reporting tool for quite some time. Guess what, it's even better now. ActiveReports(v8) now has an HTML5 Viewer that can be used to view reports in a native HTML5 application. With the new HTML5 Viewer you can build more advanced, fast and robust applications for multiple platforms(Desktop and Mobile); thanks to its various UI types - Desktop, Mobile and Custom. The HTML5 Viewer also provides the feature to print the displayed reports and even export them to various formats (PDF, Excel, Word, etc).
Someone has rightly said: The world is dynamic, we have to change all the time.
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With the launch of ActiveReports 8, a cool feature was added to the long list of features offered by it. This is the HTML5 Viewer which meets the demands of the developers who want to have a pure client side component that can be used in web applications to preview reports. The documentation provides the complete list of API available for the HTML5 viewer and can be checked here.
Self-service analytics has caught on in the enterprise like wildfire, with more organizations deploying end-user reporting tools designed to maximize the number of company data crunchers. The myriad potential benefits of this approach include a more productive workforce, enhanced customer engagement strategies and much-improved internal management capacity. However, success all hinges on the application portfolio and its power to enable end users to distill data. An increasing number of organizations are adopting enterprise applications - 79 percent have implemented or are considering deploying business software, according to Tech Pro Research. Enterprise end-user utilization of apps and analytics software will have a direct impact on productivity and the bottom line. This obviously puts pressure on programmers to change up their approach to application development. The self-service end user is a far cry from the trained data statistician, not only in terms of skill set but in light of the ways they develop and apply insights. A changing paradigm