Web Component Accessibility
October 30, 2018
GrapeCity Developers, Alex Ivanenko, Bernardo de Castilho, Chris Bannon, and Product Marketing Manager, Jody Handley discuss how to improve user experience by building accessible apps, using different assistive technologies, the future of web accessibility, and how it influences component development.
November 01, 2018
Built-in and Custom Shapes
- 60+ built-in shapes
- Add shapes in code
- Add shapes in the Designer (video)
- Work with custom shapes
October 27, 2018
Four GrapeCity developers (GrapeCity's Kelley Ricker, Ethan Conner, Troy Taylor and Justin Mack) talk about Visual Studio, Xamarin, Windows Polaris, Progressive Web Apps, 2018 Fluent predictions, what to expect at Microsoft Build 2018, and more.
October 06, 2018
If you're programming in Java and looking for an Excel API that works with Excel documents, we have good news for you! GrapeCity is pleased to launch Documents for Excel (GcExcel), Java Edition.
GcExcel Java is a high-speed, feature-rich Excel document API based on VSTO. We recently released the GcExcel for .NET Version in April, and with this launch it's now possible to use a similar package in Java applications.
In this video, you will learn how to generate an Excel spreadsheet using GcExcel - Java in a Java application. We’ll add features to the spreadsheet like a Pivot table, Styles, Conditional Formatting and Charts.
In this tutorial, we will use IntelliJ as the Java IDE to work with GcExcel - Java.
The steps of adding the package and working with GcExcel - Java are the same on all three Operating Systems - Windows, MAC and Linux.