Volume 4 delivers more controls, more features, and better performance with a new Bullet Chart control, frozen rows and columns with row virtualization in the Data Grid, and handwritten signature support in the PDF Viewer.
Bullet Chart is the variation of bar chart, which displays one or more measures, and compares it to a target value. You can also display the measures in a qualitative range of performance such as poor, satisfactory, or good.
It supports the following features:
Set backgrounds for chart and chart area.
Hide the labels that overlap one another in polar and radar charts.
Trim the polar and radar axes labels when they exceed the chart area.
Collapse the visibility of a trendline using its legend.
Place data labels in polar and radar charts at different positions like top, bottom, middle, and outer.
Provides support for a File Transfer Protocol service provider that helps manage files in the File Manager component.
The row virtualization feature allows you to load data instantly as you scroll vertically and render rows in a frozen grid based on the viewport height. This helps improve the frozen grid performance when loading large data sets.
The column virtualization feature allows you to render columns based on the current viewport width in a frozen grid. The rest of the columns will render instantly as you scroll horizontally. This helps improve the frozen grid performance while providing a large number of columns.
Provided support to customize legend titles in the heatmap component.
Zoom the maps initially, based on the marker’s location.
Cluster and expand markers with the same latitude and longitude values.
Select or deselect the shapes dynamically and on initial rendering.
Bind colors and shapes to the markers from the data source.
This feature allows users to include handwritten signatures in PDF files and provides options to customize and remove signatures.
Keeps a single pre tag in the selection’s parent nodes instead of creating individual pre tags. The Enter key is handled by merging the newly created pre tag to the previous one.
Allows users to configure code format as a separate toolbar button with a toggle state to apply and remove code formatting.
Allows users to validate the source content of the Rich Text Editor against the XHTML standard. When you enter or modify content in the editor, it continuously checks the XHTML source content and removes elements and attributes that are not valid.
maxDate support is provided to restrict date navigation and event rendering in the Scheduler.
This feature allows you to render icons inside the input fields.
This feature allows you to adjust the width of a text box.
The autofill feature allows users to fill adjacent cells with the currently selected cell value using a drag-and-fill action similar to Microsoft Excel behavior.
Quickly create responsive Syncfusion Blazor applications with Visual Studio Code using the command palette.
The Syncfusion Blazor Visual Studio Code extension has been enhanced with conversion support for changing existing Blazor applications into Syncfusion Blazor applications.
The Syncfusion Blazor Visual Studio Code extension has been enhanced with migration support for updating the Syncfusion Blazor components version used to another version.
The user experience has been enhanced with Visual Studio scaffolding templates for Data Grid, Charts, Scheduler, TreeGrid, Rich Text Editor, Word Processor, and PDF Viewer.