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HTML5 Viewer Enrichment

We're really excited about the ActiveReports 11 Service Pack 1 release. I think you'll like what we've done to improve the HTML5 viewer. In addition to adding user-requested tweaks and fixes, we've added several brand new features: SVG rendering, frozen row and column headers, and chart tooltips. Here are details on these features.

Customizing Viewer Toolbars

You can customize the toolbar in the Viewer control for Windows Forms to implement your own actions.

Find and Display Reports

Now that we've set up the Administrator Dashboard, we can shift over to the Report Portal, where our users will access reports.

ActiveReports HTML5 Viewer in ASP.NET MVC

ActiveReports has been the greatest reporting tool for quite some time. Guess what, it's even better now. ActiveReports(v8) now has an HTML5 Viewer that can be used to view reports in a native HTML5 application. With the new HTML5 Viewer you can build more advanced, fast and robust applications for multiple platforms(Desktop and Mobile); thanks to its various UI types - Desktop, Mobile and Custom. The HTML5 Viewer also provides the feature to print the displayed reports and even export them to various formats (PDF, Excel, Word, etc).

ActiveReports 8: HTML5 Viewer and AngularJS

With the launch of ActiveReports 8, a cool feature was added to the long list of features offered by it. This is the HTML5 Viewer which meets the demands of the developers who want to have a pure client side component that can be used in web applications to preview reports. The documentation provides the complete list of API available for the HTML5 viewer and can be checked here.

Silent Parameters in SilverlightViewer (II)

Users of ActiveReports would surely agree to the fact that ActiveReports has been a revolution in terms of customizable Reporting component. ActiveReports in conjunction with default .NET libraries has been developer's delight irrespective of the domain whether it is Windows development, ASP.NET, WPF or be it Silverlight.

Implementing AR6 Copy Functionality in AR7

ActiveReports provides a number of ways to view your report output. Besides previewing your report at design time, you can also view the reports you design in the Viewer. This viewer contains a toolbar which provides you with the ability to perform a number of actions including the Copy functionality.

How To: Show a Progress Bar in ActiveReports

ActiveReports is designed to run reports as quickly a possible, so generally reports are generated and displayed on the viewer in no time. Since there is no benchmark defined in regards to the length of a report, it could vary from a very small report to a very large report. When working with a very large report, the report generation may take a while; however the user has no option to check on the report progress.

New Release of ComponentOne Excel Viewer

The ComponentOne Excel Viewer 5.0 release has arrived! We’ve created a new appearance and added some valuable features. Both will help you to view your Excel files easily and smoothly.

ComponentOne Excel Viewer for Windows 8 and WinRT

To all my fellow Excel users who have dreamed of a new productivity app, it is now a reality. At the end of last week we released ComponentOne Excel Viewer to the Windows Store, you can download it now. It is a free app to help you to view Excel files on your Windows 8 and WinRT devices. Besides being able to view Excel files, you can also operate it by selecting a range of cells, scrolling and even some editing.  Since the changes will not be saved back to the Excel file, we also built in some other functions via the AppBar, like copy/paste, undo/redo and filter/sort to help you view the document. The Excel Viewer app provides friendly touch support so you may easily operate and manipulate items by using your finger or stylus on touch-enabled devices.

ActiveReports 7 Exports from the Viewer

With the release of ActiveReports 7, we have provided users of Data Dynamics Reports and ActiveReports with an upgrade that adds significant new features. When we were creating the new viewer control, one thing we didn't bring over from Data Dynamics Reports was a built-in export from the viewer.  This is largely because the number of toolbar buttons on the viewer is already staggering.