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ActiveReports: Solving problems since 1998

I recently hosted a webcast titled "ActiveReports: Solving problems since 1998!" The idea behind this was to showcase some of the features that our current customers have found most useful. I can tell you all the great things about ActiveReports, but it's better to show you the features that our customers have said solve their problems on a daily basis. And that's exactly what we did! We had two amazing sessions with an awesome group in the audience. Throughout the presentation, my co-organizer, Bhupesh Malhotra, was typing away answering the many questions we were getting, which shows that the content was being well received. We had great participation, great questions, and great feedback. Utilizing live polls, we gathered that the audience members were mostly developers and the majority of them had been long-time users of ActiveReports. So we tailored the presentation to suit them. For those who were new to ActiveReports, or to GrapeCity as the producer of ActiveReports, we started off with a brief introduction to what ActiveReports is, what the main features are, and why our customers choose us over our competitors. One such example I mentioned in the webcast was a customer I had spoken with the previous week. His company was worried about the stability of the product and of GrapeCity. I mentioned that GrapeCity has been in business for over 30 years. ActiveReports has been around for the last 20 years. Over those many years, we have come to know and understand reporting and the industry very well. We have an amazing global team of support agents, developers, and managers that stand behind the product. We are dedicated to our customers and their reporting needs. You can't ask for a more stable company or a more stable product! After the introductory slides, we quickly jumped into the demos. From a long list of features , I chose to showcase a few of the more popular ones:

Video: Migrating from Angular 1 to Angular 2

Update May 11, 2016: This talk was given at the DFW Coders conference in March 2016, using Angular 2 alpha concepts. For a more updated talk on migration, using Angular 2 beta concepts, please see the webinar.

Inside Wijmo 5, a Large-scale JavaScript Product

This week I gave everyone an inside look at Wijmo 5. It was fun to give a behind-the-scenes look at our product. I hope everyone enjoyed it and can learn from our experience.

Introducing Xuni Android Webcast

In this beginner-level webcast we get up close and personal with introducing Xuni Android controls in Eclipse.

Webcast: ActiveReports - An Introduction

Recently I hosted a webinar for an audience who were new to ActiveReports. We called it ActiveReports - An Introduction. After a great response during registration, I was looking forward to interacting with the audience during the sessions. The audience did not let me down. We had a great turnout for both sessions.

Intro to the Ionic Framework Video

Thanks to everyone who attended our Ionic webcast! Missed the webcast or want to share or watch it again? Below you'll find the recording and the slides used in the presentation.

Wijmo 2013 v1 Webcast

Thanks to everyone that showed up for our webcast this week. It had record breaking attendance here at ComponentOne! If you missed it or want to share or watch it again, here is the recording.

Join the 2013 v1 Webcast

Join the Wijmo v2 ++ Webcast

Next week I will be unveiling some cool new stuff in the Wijmo v2++ Webcast.

SignalR Webcast Troubles

If you were hoping of catching my MSDN webcast this afternoon on SignalR, please be aware that we had some technical difficulties with the LiveMeeting links.  This session will be rescheduled in the near future, so please keep an eye on my blog.

Webcast: Building UI with jQuery and Wijmo

We just finished up a Webcast on Wijmo! This session demonstrates how to use jQuery, jQuery UI and Wijmo to build killer User Interfaces. We walk through everything from making a simple Menu to building a dashboard with Charts and Grids.