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As of July 2017, you can now view reports and document objects like FlexReports, PDFs, and SSRS documents with FlexViewer for WPF. FlexViewer has already launched for WinForms, UWP, and ASP.NET MVC.
FlexReport already includes many built-in chart options, but with FlexChartField, you'll have even more features and chart types at your fingertips.
As you most likely know, Visual Studio 2017 was launched on March 7 with many great new features. In a recent Q&A, Microsoft Technical Evangelist for Developer Experience Robert Green says that his two favorite new features are the Lightweight Solution Load and the custom code style configuration. Let's look at each of those features.
The ComponentOne Studio FlexChart's addition of Funnel chart—an excellent tool for summarizing data—enables your users to quickly visualize stages in a linear process. Most often it's used to show sales processes to pinpoint potential problem areas, but we'll see in this blog that the uses can be extended far beyond sales. Any funnel consists of the higher part called head (or base), and the lower part is referred to as the neck. The values displayed are in progressively decreasing proportion and amount to 100% in total.
InputPanel, a popular WinForms control that acts like a complete data-entry form, is now available in WPF and UWP. InputPanel manages the design, layout, appearance, and behavior of multiple input components. Here's a two-minute video that walks you through how to get started in WPF.
One feature of FlexChartField is that you can navigate from the FlexChart to some other point within a FlexReport. When the report involves numbers (either shown in a table or a chart), you can use this feature to offer additional information about a specific data point in the series: the methodology, for instance, or summary values.
NoSQL databases are popular because of their speed and cost advantages over more structured databases, and in this blog, we're walking through how to use NoSQL in a .NET report (FlexReport) using FlexReportDesigner.
With the 2016v3.5 release, you can now use FlexViewer for WPF (Beta) a full-fledged WPF report viewer for FlexReports.
As of January's Service Pack, you can take advantage of a new high-performance FlexChartField (Beta) to complete your reports' data visualisation needs. Its powerful and flexible data binding make adding data visualisation capabilities a simpler task in FlexReport. The FlexChartField is supported in FlexReport in all three platforms: WinForms, UWP, WPF.
Microsoft’s big theme this year was transformation, and they lived up to it. We’ve seen Xamarin Studio integrated into Visual Studio; Azure’s continued expansion; a new Visual Studio, not to mention a new Visual Studio for Mac. Windows 10 closed out its one-year free adoption offer, and UWP continues to grow its market. We’re saying goodbye to LightSwitch, and hello to PowerApps. They introduced the HoloLens.
GrapeCity's technical enginerer Andy Paxinos walks you through the new features of VS 2017 RC's IntelliSense.
Four developers from GrapeCity, inc., talk about Visual Studio Mac, Microsoft Mobile Center, Xamarin, AI, and more.
One of the powerful ways of drawing your user’s attention to chart data is through annotations. As the name suggests, annotations let you add textual notes, shapes and images to highlight important data points of the plotted data. When we visualize data in charts, it is not just about depicting the data; it's about making it meaningful. Annotation provide additional information that may not be represented by basic X and Y values.
This four-minute video walks through how to add a FlexViewer control to your MVC app.
2016v3 Release adds native Reporting tool for WPF. FlexReport for WPF (Beta) adds capabilities to create reports in WPF, and render them in it's Report Viewer control - the FlexViewerPane (Beta). Here is some information you may want to go through -
A much-touted new feature of Visual Studio 2017 RC have been the updates to IntelliSense. IntelliSense is one of my favorite features of Visual Studio, and increase productivity for experienced and new developers. Let's look at the changes.
The new Visual Studio 15 Preview 5 features a lot of nice upgrades (which you can read about here), but one of the biggest new changes is the installation experience.
We're pleased to announce GrapeCity's November 2016 v3 release!
As of 2016 v3 release, FlexReport for WPF is now available in beta! Let's look at the basics of MVVM and how Flexreport can be integrated into your MVVM app.