End users can render pivot controls with OLAP data sources. Dynamic UI operations can be done with the help of the field list for different pivot views. OLAP data can also be visualized in the Pivot Chart along with built-in toolbar options.
This feature allows users to export Pivot Chart information as an image or a PDF document from the toolbar.
This feature allows users to customize the format type (e.g., currency, percentage) of a measure and its format string (e.g., ###, ###.##, ##, ###.00) at runtime.
Support to drag and drop tree grid rows within the TreeGrid control, between TreeGrid controls, or between the TreeGrid control and any custom component to change row positions dynamically in the UI.
Support to freeze the specific rows or columns and make them always visible in the top and left side of the Tree Grid while scrolling.
This feature allows users to display tooltips for ranges of the Circular Gauge when the mouse cursor is moved over them.
This feature allows users to hide intersecting axis labels in Circular Gauge.
This feature allows users to render legend items for ranges in Circular Gauge.
The following improvements for legends:
This feature allows users to select multiple regions in a chart.
This feature allows users to select a region by drawing freehand shape.
This feature allows users to rotate data labels.
Users can export Gantt content and timeline in PDF format.
Users can export TreeGrid content in excel and CSV formats.
This feature allows users to render and manage large number of tasks in Gantt effectively.
This feature allows users to rearrange Gantt rows.
This feature provides great flexibility to control the variable length of input data at runtime.
This feature allows users to wrap text around images.
This feature allows users to comment or note feedbacks in the document.
This feature automatically re-routes a line around a node if it is found in the line’s path.
This feature allows users to create and edit appointments inline.
This feature provides year view layout in the scheduler.
This feature allows users to customize a slider track with different colors.
By default, the editor saves images as blobs when they’re inserted. This new feature allows users to configure the save format as Base64 in addition to blob. This is helpful when editing HTML content with many small images. The editor returns the content combined with inserted images on submitting the form, which helps users store the content directly in a database.
This feature allows images to be customized on uploading and inserting them into the editor by using the upload events image selected, image uploading, image upload success, and image upload failed. Users can rename the images before inserting them into the editor using these events.
This feature allows inserting images in the editor by dragging and dropping them from the local system. Images can be uploaded to the server before being inserted into the editor.
Currently, content is pasted with formatted styles by excluding images when copy and pasting content from Microsoft Word and Microsoft Outlook. This feature allows images to also be pasted in the editor copying and pasting from Word and Outlook.
This feature allows resizing the editor dynamically by dragging its resize handler, which is positioned at bottom-right of the control. Users can resize it in a diagonal direction to adjust its width, height, or both. The content of the editor will be adjusted automatically based on the new width and height.
This feature allows users to insert images and files in the editor using the Essential JS 2 File Manager component. The File Manager component provides all common file operations like upload, download, delete, create, sort, search, and rename, along with image previews. Users can browse images and files on the local system or a remote system and insert them into the editor.
This feature adds support for filling, editing, and saving AcroForm fields in PDF files to assist with data collection and processing