Posts tagged with 'asp-net-mvc'
In Part 1 of this blog post, you learned how to use Wijmo Enterprise pivot controls in conjunction with the ASP.NET MVC Edition of ComponentOne Studio to consume and render SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) cubes. Part 1 used Microsoft's full-featured, professional development environment, Visual Studio 2017. In Part 2, you will learn how to implement the same functionality using Visual Studio Code, Microsoft's free, open-source editor.
As of July 2017, users can select multiple items from a collection of objects in ASP.NET MVC with MultiAutoComplete. In the autocomplete control, selected items appear as tags in the text area of the control, and you can remove items from selection by clicking on the "X" in each tag.
As often happens with our ASP.NET MVC Edition, we've recently introduced a new control that launched in Wijmo Enterprise several months ago. MultiRow Data Grid is a data grid that displays cells in a stacked format, reducing the need to scroll right to view additional columns. While it’s not a familiar spreadsheet format in North America, it’s very popular in Japan, and makes a lot of sense once you understand how it works.
OLAP for ASP.NET MVC allows you to populate data from the model or from a Read action, and then it transfers all data to the client where the aggregations are performed. However, this may not be ideal where the data is huge, when lot of data is transferred to client side. A few issues may arise.
The PivotGrid control extends the FlexGrid, so you can export its contents to XLSX files in the same way you would export regular FlexGrid controls.
If your user needs to focus on one section of their data, you'll need to include filters in your PivotGrid. OLAP supports two approaches to filtering:
As you can see from the previous post, it is really easy to build views by dragging fields within the PivotPanel control. If your users are familiar with Excel’s Pivot Tables, they will feel right at home with OLAP.
With the introduction of MVC OLAP control, you’ll be able to implement high-speed HTML5 pivot charts and tables into your web-based applications. The built-in Excel-like UI and powerful data engine will allow you and your end users to analyze and aggregate raw data easily and meaningfully.
ASP.NET Core MVC’s TagHelper feature provides a readable, HTML-like markup that enables developers and web designers to collaborate more closely and efficiently. In this white paper we’ll walk you through the basics of TagHelpers, from concepts to custom development.
In this two-part blog series, we'll walk through populating data to an unbound FlexGrid. (FlexGrid supports both unbound and bound data.)
Populate Data to an Unbound FlexGrid, Part II: Convert C# Dictionary Data to JSON in an Unbound MVC Grid
In this second article of a two-part series on unbound FlexGrids, we'll look at populating data per cell to an unbound FlexGrid via data from AJAX call. In addition, the data from the server will be in a Dictionary, which is serialized to JSON before sending to client.
As one of the best new features of ASP.NET Core, TagHelpers simplify the work required to design views that interact with the data model. You can write HTML that not only binds to the data model, but also offers the advantages of HTML and CSS. TagHelpers allow you to provide robust, maintainable, reusable code with information provided on the server.
ASP.NET Core’s TagHelper feature provides a readable, HTML-like markup that enables developers and web designers to collaborate more closely and efficiently. In this series we’ll walk you through the basics of creating TagHelpers, from concepts to custom development.
As you may have heard, ASP.NET Core 1.0 just went officially live! We'll be covering it more in the weeks to come--what to expect, etc.--but in the meantime, check out all the great demos we've got. Our MVC Edition is fully compatible.
FlexViewer is a fast, flexible HTML5-based MVC report viewer for modern enterprises allows you to easily display C1Reports and FlexReports in your browsers. Coming in July, we'll be launching FlexViewer for MVC with full print support, pixel-perfect rendering, and export to PDF, HTML, RTF, Excel, and image file types. In addition, a desktop version of FlexViewer will be added for UWP.