This blog provides show notes for our August 24 webinar, “What’s New in Bold Reports v5.2.” The webinar was presented and hosted by Syncfusion developer Sridhar Manikandan. If you missed the webinar or would like to watch it again, you can view it on our YouTube page or here.
This webinar covered the highlights of the Bold Reports v5.2 release, including:
- Support for .NET 7.0.
- Support for the latest version of Angular with Ivy.
- Brand-new layout for reporting tools.
- Shared cache support.
- XML-based report creation.
[00:00] Intro and Agenda
[00:42] Introducing a New Layout
[02:59] Loading Indicator
[04:00] Report Shared Cache Support
[08:30] Custom Attribute
[14:06] XML-Based Report Editing and Saving
[15:40] Blob Storage for Kubernetes
[16:24] Angular Ivy Support
[17:06] ASP.NET Core
[17:50] Support for .NET 7
Q: Can Bold Reports be used in Linux on shared hosting with apps created in PHP with the Community Licence?
A: Yes. You can deploy in Linux.
Q: Any plans to add a shortcut to edit expressions?
A: Yes. We will consider adding the shortcut.
Q: Can reports execute with user-supplied values as parameters?
A: Yes, you can create parameters that can be the data from your connected data source.
Q: Using the standalone Report Designer, is it possible to customize the grid and enable Snap to make the layout easier?
A: Yes, it is.
Q: Can you override the default loading indicator with a custom busy indicator?
A: Yes, you can customize it.
Q: Can SQLite be used as the data source with Bold Reports? If yes, how?
A: Yes, through a custom extension, we can achieve that.
During this webinar, we explored the latest update to Bold Reports. We hope you enjoyed this webinar, and please keep an eye out for our future webinars.