Posts tagged with 'olap-for-wpf'
An OLAP Cube is a data structure that allows fast analysis of data according to the multiple dimensions that define a report. The user interface is typically a multi-dimensional spreadsheet that summarizes data. For example, you may wish to summarize sales data by product, time-period and color to compare and quickly gather insights on sales results. The cube (in theory) may look something like this:
The third update of 2014 focuses on performance, data analysis and the latest platform for building Windows apps. This update marks the first official release of Universal Windows app support in Studio for WinRT XAML. You'll also enjoy performance enhancements in FlexGrid for WinRT, as well as some useful enhancements for our mapping controls. If you use SQL Server Reporting Services to host your reports then you'll want to try our Beta SSRS Viewer control in WinRT. But perhaps the greatest addition in this release is the highly anticipated OLAP for WPF. For years we've provided a suite of WinForms and Silverlight controls for creating OLAP applications and now the controls arrive for the WPF platform. For more details on everything new continue reading.