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ActiveReports 13 Preview: Introducing the JSViewer

Coming soon in ActiveReports 13 Professional: the JSViewer, a fast, modern report viewer that you can run on any major browser! With this JavaScript report viewer, you can take advantage of the latest tech to create a fast, modern, and engaging reporting application. ActiveReports 13 is set to launch on December 12.

ActiveReports 13 Preview: ProDesigner for Web

Coming soon in ActiveReports 13 Professional: the JSViewer, a fast, modern report viewer that you can run on any major browser! With this JavaScript report viewer, you can take advantage of the latest tech to create a fast, modern, and engaging reporting application. ActiveReports 13 is set to launch on December 12.

Fundamentals of Tablix

This article gives an overview of Tablix, its architecture, and how to use Tablix with ActiveReports.

How to Integrate the ActiveReports Server Web Designer in an MVC App

This article talks about how to go about embedding the new HTML5/JavaScript based Web Designer in your MVC applications.

Migration From a Section Report to Page/RDL Report

This blog will help you understand why migrating from Section reports to Page/RDL reports in ActiveReports is necessary.

Data Visualization - Creating a .NET Election Prediction Report

With the upcoming United States Congressional elections in November, I thought it would be an interesting and educational experience to create a report on the predicted outcomes of the election using an ActiveReports Page report..

Create Side-by-Side Reports Using Tablix in ActiveReports Professional

In this blog, we'll see how we can use the Tablix data region to create a side-by-side layout report in ActiveReports.

5 Lesser-Known Features of ActiveReports (.NET Reporting)

We have been consistently adding features, to help make building clean, comprehensive .NET reports faster and easier to develop. This article highlights 5 lesser-known ActiveReports features.

Information Management - Pulling Data from Multiple Systems

Information management ability improved when ActiveReports 11 introduced the Lookup Function, DataSet Joins, and Subreports. With Page Reports, you can now pull data from multiple data systems. In this blog, we'll learn about these features while taking a form-based report as an example.