2023 Volume 3 boosts our Blazor collection with a production-ready next-gen PDF Viewer, DataGrid enhancements, and full-screen view in calendar components.
The below component has been developed to meet industry standards. It is now marked as production-ready.
This feature enables users to view and select dates and times from a full-screen interface on mobile devices in the date picker, time picker, date-time picker, and date range picker editors. It enhances the user experience for applications that heavily depend on date and time selection.
This feature allows users to add or modify the title and description of a table in a Word document using the Syncfusion Word Processor. Table titles and descriptions are essential for accessibility. They provide a way for visually impaired people to understand the content of the table without having to see it.
The Excel (XlsIO) library now supports the scenario manager in what-if analysis. This allows you to create scenarios with different sets of values for specific cells in the worksheet, and then apply those scenarios to see how the results change.
Users can do the following using the scenario manager.
The Excel (XlsIO) library now supports threaded comments, allowing multiple users to add comments or reply to the existing comments in an Excel document. This feature is useful for collaborating with Excel documents and to get feedback from others.
The following enhancements have been made in the Excel to PDF conversion.
The Excel (XlsIO) library now supports auto shapes during the Excel to image conversion. All the supported shapes in XlsIO will be preserved in the converted image.
Visualize multiple tasks assigned to each resource in a row, even when the records are in a collapsed state. With the display of multiple taskbars, users can quickly identify and analyze resource workloads and task assignments. Find the demo link here.
Enhanced user interface of taskbar editing by displaying a clone element when moving or resizing the taskbar. Find the demo link here.
This feature allows users to easily fetch data and perform a variety of actions such as CRUD operations, filtering, searching, aggregates, grouping, paging, and sorting in Blazor Data Grid. It simplifies the process of accessing and manipulating data using GraphQL, enabling a seamless and efficient user experience.
This feature allows users to efficiently load and display large amounts of data in a lazy loading concept i.e., the buffering data is loaded only when the scrollbar reaches the end of the scroller.
This feature allows the pre-rendering of extra rows before and after the viewport of the grid. It helps reduce the frequency of data fetch requests while scrolling vertically.
To add more information to HeatMap cells, users can now add custom elements like text, tables, images, and so on.
This feature allows users to insert and display multiple images in addition to the main image they are editing. These image annotations can be used for various purposes, such as adding logos, watermarks, or decorative elements to the image.
Users can adjust the size and dimensions of an image to suit their needs, such as printing, web display, or other purposes.
Allows users to add decorative borders or frames around images. Frames can enhance the visual appeal of an image.
Users can draw and display the appropriate polygon shapes over the main layer of the Maps component using their data sources.
An animated transition will now occur on the initial rendering of data labels and not during any dynamic updates.
The following enhancements have been made to the digital signature functionality of the PDF Library:
Users can selectively redact text within a PDF document. This means that graphics or images beneath the text will remain unaffected by redaction. This is particularly useful when users wish to conceal text overlaid on an image without impacting the image in any way.
Users now have the option to effortlessly eliminate document details like title, author, subject, keywords, and other metadata information.
Users can obtain image rotation angles from the OCR processor after performing OCR on a PDF document. With this functionality, users can easily identify rotated images within the PDF and make necessary adjustments to straighten them.
The following enhancements have been made to the HTML-to-PDF converter:
With the addition of the template support, users can now display pivot charts with customized data label content for each data point.
Users can now render each series of the pie chart with a different radius.
Users can now experience UI actions in the Pivot Table two times faster than the earlier versions, including drilling up/down, sorting, filtering, and more. It also improves the component’s initial rendering when binding large amounts of data.
The .NET PowerPoint library allows you to convert PowerPoint slides into images based on the sequence of entrance animations applied to each element in the slide. With this, you can showcase the converted images as a slideshow in your custom PowerPoint Viewer.
This feature allows users to retrieve events from remote services for the current view port alone and retrieve the remaining data on demand when scrolling, improving the performance and usability of the Scheduler component. Find the demo link here.
Users can customize the header and footer of the built-in editor window. Find the demo link here.
The PDF Viewer (Next-Gen) component’s performance has been significantly improved. The initial loading performance has been boosted by 65% for large-size documents in Blazor Server apps, and by 35% in Blazor WASM apps. The comment panel rendering and interaction performance have also been improved, especially in the WebAssembly environment.
Provided support to enable tooltips to move along with the mouse. Find the demo link here
The Syncfusion .NET Word Library allows you to compare two DOCX-format documents and highlight the changes, such as insertions, deletions, and formatting, as tracked changes. With this feature, you can easily identify the changes between two versions of a document.