If you’re currently a Crystal Reports user in search of a more convenient reporting tool, FlexReport's one-click migration supports subsections, a popular feature among Crystal Reports users.
Sectioning out a report is a simple, intuitive method of improving both your and your user’s experience.
Backgrounds are a great way to set off specific areas of a report. With the FlexReport Designer, editing the background of your .NET report involves the built-in color picker.
I’m pleased to announce a 3.5 interim release to follow up on our major release back in November. You’ll find a some great samples and bug fixes. Here's what's new in ComponentOne Studio.
- what's new,
- componentone studio,
- release history,
- edit annotations in chart,
- merge rows and columns in grid,
- batch convert reports,
- select multiple plot elements in chart,
- change range on chart,
- .NET report,
A high-level roadmap for ComponentOne Studio in 2016. By the end of 2016, core controls will be available in ASP.NET MVC, WinForms and WPF; UWP will have them all by the end of 2017.
Exporting to PDF or PDF/A format from FlexReport requires either a bit of code, or specifying a few settings in a dialog box. PDF/A format is especially useful for large reports that you might want to send to coworkers as a digital file, instead of printing and distributing it.
Comparison of FlexReport controls vs. Visual Studio's out-of-the-box features and ReportBuilder 3.0.