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What's New in ActiveReports 11 Service Pack 2?

Usually, we save major new features for major version releases, and just fix issues and tweak things in service packs. But this time, we added a lot of features and enhancements to both ActiveReports Developer and ActiveReports Server. Plus we added a major feature to ActiveReports Server: a sleek new Web Designer. It is easy enough for newbies to use, but with all of the advanced features and RDL reports that developers and experienced report authors want. Read on to see what else we've included.

Microsoft Dynamics Adds Mobile Controls Powered by Wijmo 5

Our company has a long history of working with Microsoft. We've been writing UI Controls for Microsoft platforms since the early days of VB; in the 1990s, our famous FlexGrid control shipped in the box with Visual Studio. Most recently, we've been working with Microsoft to integrate Wijmo into Microsoft Dynamics. They'd planned to expand mobile support in their 2016 release, and one of the key features was new mobile UI controls. Microsoft chose Wijmo 5 for mobile input and gauges.

[White Paper] Migrating from Silverlight to Wijmo 5

Learn how you can migrate an application away from Silverlight and into HTML5/JavaScript in this new white paper by ComponentOne CTO, Bernardo de Castilho. In the paper, Bernardo takes a simple Silverlight application and walks through, step-by-step, porting the ViewModel and the View into HTML5.

Checklist for Evaluating .NET Reporting Components

In the previous article, we discussed two new industry trends impacting .NET reporting tools and components.

.NET reporting tools and components allow developers using Microsoft's .NET platform and Visual Studio™ to embed out-of-the-box data reporting and business intelligence capabilities into web and desktop applications.

ActiveReports7: End User Designer for the Web

ActiveReport’s End User Designer (EUD) has always being the star attraction for both developers and end users. The idea of giving the real end users the power to Create or Edit reports and Write Script code, seems to be what has captured the imagination of many customers. They always wanted to take this functionality a step further and use it on the Web as well. Unfortunately, this is where a line needs to be drawn since the EUD is a Windows Form control and therefore cannot be used on the Web.