UI and UX Design for Angular Reporting Solutions
June 13, 2018
Learn how to use Angular to theme your reporting solution to provide enhanced UI and improved UX!
Defining UI and UX and their relationship
Identifying the elements needed to build a great UX and modern UI
How ActiveReports helps you maximize report usability (intuitive design) and re-usability
Embedding ActiveReports Server’s report portal in an Angular application
Using the ActiveReport web designer to enhance the report UI.
About the Speaker
Mateen first joined GrapeCity as a Technical Engagement Engineer in 2010. Five years later, he became Product Manager for the ActiveReports product line. In this role, he is responsible for defining strategy and new product planning and execution throughout the product lifecycle. He loves finding solutions to “How-to” reporting questions. In his personal life, Mateen and his family enjoy volunteering in the community.
April 29, 2019
Improve the design of your .NET reports.
Join the ActiveReports Product Managers, Mateen Firoz, and Bhupesh Malhotra, as they discuss what’s new in AR13, and how to make the best use of some of its newest features.
In this webinar, we'll discuss: The JSViewer (a modern report viewer)
Runs on any modern browser, with Angular and React support
Includes familiar .NET-like syntax
Enables customizing, exporting, and printing
The WebDesigner (a report designer optimized for embedding in web applications)
Drag-and-drop controls to the design surface
Preview reports in the web browser
Edit existing layouts
We will also demo
November 29, 2018
New in ActiveReports 13, the ProDesigner for Web is a long-awaited feature that allows your users to design and run new reports in a web-based reporting solution.
Based on the popular ProDesigner control, a .NET designer that can be added to desktop reporting apps, users can edit existing reports… update data sources… add charts… configure charts… and generate report reviews.
November 26, 2018
ActiveReports 13’s JSViewer is a fast, web-based report viewer that can run on any modern browser. The JSViewer supports the major web application frameworks, including Angular, Vue, ASP.NET Core, ASP.NET MVC, and HTML5.
November 20, 2018
In this video, we will walk you through the fundamentals of Tablix in Active Reports..
Let’s say you want to analyze and present the sales results, based on the raw data provided in tabular form. To get useful information from this based on Products, Year or Region, it would be time consuming; however, In ActiveReports, you can organize such data quickly.