The ASP.NET MVC Pivot Table control organizes and summarizes business data and displays the result in a cross-table format.
The ASP.NET MVC Pivot Table simulates the pivot table feature of Excel. The data source for the control can be an OLAP or pivot data source.
The ASP.NET MVC Pivot Table control has built-in integration with popular third-party frameworks such as Angular, React, Ember, and Aurelia. Check out the control unique features for each platform.
The ASP.NET MVC Pivot Table will work on all major browsers across Windows and macOS. It is written in jQuery to provide the same working experience on popular browser like Chrome 17+, Firefox 22+ and Internet Explorer 8+. It also works with various platforms like ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core, TypeScript, PHP and JSP.
All the features work smoothly on desktop and tablet devices. Features such as drill up and drill down, filtering, sorting, and report manipulation can be done on the fly.
The responsive support allows the control layout to be viewed on desktop and tablet devices.
End users can easily slice and dice the OLAP cube elements of their choice to visualize performance, trends, outliers, and more.
Slice and dice creates a new view for the end user by selecting limited dimensions and measures from the cube and by filtering them.
KPIs are a collection of calculations associated with a measure group that evaluates business success.
Extensive support has been provided to load and render large amounts of data without any performance constraints through paging or virtual scrolling.
Named sets simplify MDX queries and provide useful aliases for complex, commonly used set expressions.
You can create and display dimensions and measures on your own. You can perform this though reports in code-behind.
The pivot table field list, also known as the pivot schema designer, is a powerful tool that allows you to create and manage a pivot table with either multidimensional or pivot data sources. End users can drag fields and filter them at runtime to create pivot reports as needed.
Group fields, also known as grouping bar is automatically populated with fields from the bound data source. It allows end users to drag fields, filter and sort them, and alter the pivot report at runtime.
The pivot grid has built-in support for drill down (expand) and drill up (collapse) capability to visualize the grid information in both abstract and detailed views.
Users can edit values at runtime and save their changes to the underlying data source, thereby reflecting the update in all the cells.
Built-in normal and Excel-like filter UIs with advanced filtering options to easily filter and view data as required. It is also possible to filter by code-behind.
Displays only select values for a field. It can be achieved either through the UI or code-behind.
Sorting supports ordering rows and columns based on labels or values.
Orders the column and row header text in ascending or descending order.
Provides extensive support for you to define your own custom summaries, plus 10 built-in summary types. You can apply this only for pivot data sources and perform though reports in code-behind.
Allows inserting new calculations at runtime and features 16 built-in calculation types. You can apply this only for pivot data sources and perform though reports in code-behind.
The calculated field, otherwise known as unbound field generates unique field with our own calculated value by executing a simple user-defined formula. This functionality is applicable only for pivot data sources.
Expression fields generate data by executing a user-defined expression. The generated data is specific to a few fields from the underlying data source. You can apply this only for pivot data sources and perform though reports in code-behind.
The drill-through feature easily obtains a list of raw items for a particular value cell or summary cell.
Number formatting and date formatting helps to transform the appearance of the actual cell value.
The subtotals and grand totals are calculated automatically by the pivot engine, inside and displayed in the pivot grid. It helps users to make decision based on the totals. Also, user can show or hide subtotals and grand-totals for rows and columns.
Users can retrieve information about a particular cell on clicking by using a hyperlink cell. Hyperlink cells also allow you to perform custom operations in code-behind.
You can perform custom operations in code-behind on right-clicking a cell. For example, a context menu or dialog can be created or invoked on right-clicking.
Provided extensive support for selecting a range of value cells.
It provides basic information about a cell while hovering over it with the pointer.
You can easily resize each column’s width with a simple drag operation at runtime.
You can save reports from the current session as a stream in a database for later use.
User can completely define the ASP.NET MVC Pivot Table control through built-in API settings based on their application needs. For instance, pivot report bound to the control along with options like filtering, sorting, aggregation, calculated field, format setting, etc. can be customized through flexible API settings. Also, they can enable/disable few features like field list, grouping bar, etc. effortlessly.
Our ASP.NET MVC Pivot Table has been developed to make it possible for people with disabilities to use and interact with the control.
Allows users from different locales to use the control by applying appropriate date formats, currency formats, and number formats.
The pivot grid allows users to customize the text in the user interface based on the locale culture.
The text direction and layout of the pivot grid control can be displayed from right-to-left(RTL) direction.
Ships with a set of 13 stunning, built-in themes namely azure, lime and saffron in light, dark and gradient patterns.
The appearance the control can be customized to any extent.
Easily customize all aspects of the control’s appearance using the theme studio utility.