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Building Ionic web apps with Wijmo and NPM

As of the 2018 v1 release, Wijmo is available on NPM. Here's a look at how to use Wijmo and NPM to build apps for Ionic. This blog is the last in a series about using Wijmo in frameworks.

How to build Vue.js apps with Wijmo and NPM

As of the 2018 v1 release, Wijmo is available on NPM. Here's a look at how to use Wijmo and NPM to build apps for Vue.js. This blog is the fourth in a series about using Wijmo in frameworks.

How to build React apps with Wijmo and NPM

As of the 2018 v1 release, Wijmo is available on NPM. Here's a look at how to use Wijmo and NPM to build apps for React. This blog is the third in a series about using Wijmo in frameworks.

How to build Angular apps with Wijmo and NPM

As of the 2018 v1 release, Wijmo is available on NPM. Here's a look at how to use Wijmo and NPM to build apps for Angular. This blog is the second in a series about using Wijmo in frameworks.

Connect directly to Microsoft SSAS Cubes with Wijmo OLAP

Add the power of Microsoft SSAS cubes with Wijmo OLAP pivot table with a new direct connection.

Building web apps with Wijmo, NPM, Webpack, and JavaScript frameworks

As of the 2018 v1 release, Wijmo is available on NPM. Here's a look at how to use Wijmo and NPM to build apps for Angular, Ionic, React, and Vue.js. This blog is the first in a series.

Add a dependency-free JavaScript TabPanel control with Wijmo

We recently added a TabPanel control to Wijmo’s ‘nav’ module, where you'll also find our TreeView control.

How to Deploy a Wijmo App with Distribution Licensing

As of Wijmo Release 2018, v1, all Wijmo apps will require distribution licenses. Here's how to deploy your apps with the new licensing.

Video - Get Started with Wijmo

This five-minute video walks you through downloading Wijmo, setting up a new project, and adding a JavaScript data grid to your HTML5 project.

How to use ActiveReports in ASP.NET Core 2.0 and Razor pages

ActiveReports has been the best reporting tool in the industry since the ActiveX days, and is used across various domains and platforms. As the technologies evolve, so do our customers. You're moving to newer platforms and technologies, and we're making every effort to keep pace. In this blog, we’re going to see how to use ActiveReports in the latest web framework by Microsoft -- ASP.NET Core 2.0.

How to create a JavaScript GanttChart with FlexChart

We can customize a Wijmo FlexChart to create a simple JavaScript Gantt chart for project management apps.

The Best React Data Grid: FlexGrid

While React has only recently risen to front-end web development ubiquity, data grids have been one of the most common visual software elements since the advent of UIs themselves. The popularity of React and commodity of data grids means there are a plethora of options for adding one to your application. FlexGrid included with GrapeCity's Wijmo is the best plug-and-play data grid for React.

Create Custom Cells in FlexGrid

One of the most common ways to customize a grid is to create custom cells. This tutorial walks through several ways to create custom cells in FlexGrid.

Creating Simple Reports with React and Wijmo Core

Reporting is a common requirement for business applications, and React is one of the most popular JavaScript libraries.

Pivoting data in Microsoft Dynamics 365 using Wijmo OLAP

The numerous entities and records in the back-end that generally compose Dynamics 365 applications can make it difficult for business analysts to analyze their data on a day-to-day basis, gather useful information, and then make recommendations to business stakeholders. Although reporting tools can help, they lack the business intelligence required to extrapolate meaningful information to empower the stakeholders to make timely decisions.

Using ASP.NET Core MVC and Web API to Render SSAS Cubes (Part 2)

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.

Using ASP.NET Core MVC and Web API to Render SSAS Cubes (Part 1)

Wijmo Enterprise includes an OLAP module for creating web-based pivot tables and charts with all data aggregation performed on the client side. While this approach is suitable for handling thousands of records, it's not practical for large data sets containing hundreds of millions of records. Specifically, if your data is stored in SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) cubes, you will want to take advantage of the server-side processing that is already in place. Fortunately, as of the 2017 v1 release, Wijmo's pivot controls can now consume SSAS cubes when used in conjunction with the ASP.NET MVC Edition of ComponentOne Studio.

Video: Configuring an MVC App Using a Standard Visual Studio Template

In this video, we'll walk you through setting up an ASP.NET MVC application using a standard Visual Studio Template.