A library has been implemented to print a page or particular element. The library can be customized to exclude particular elements, open in new tabs, apply external stylesheets, and print the text and images.
The autocomplete control allows multicolumn search lists with selected values that are displayed in a string format.
Column series can also be rendered in cylindrical shape.
Chart can be zoomed and panned smoothly with range scrollbar.
Chart title and subtitle can be trimmed or wrapped as desired.
Diagram control now provides built-in support to some complex and most frequently used BPMN shapes
Diagram Control provides built-in support to generate class diagram shapes
Organizational Chart now supports to arrange the leaf level child nodes in multiple rows
Diagram control now provides support to create/read/update/delete the records to the data source at runtime
The dialog control provides a customizable footer section that is enabled with template support.
The Gantt chart can render custom templates for task labels and position the task labels on either side of the taskbar.
The heat map represents tabular data values as gradient colors instead of numbers. Low and high values are different colors with different gradients.
External editing allows Kanban cards to be dynamically inserted and updated by opening an edit form, which can be positioning to the bottom or the right, outside the Kanban content.
With the print feature, a Kanban board can be printed by simply clicking the print icon, which is available in the Kanban toolbar.
This feature allows the Kanban control to adapt to a given screen size. Swim-lane groups, filtering, and searching also change in a mobile view.
Responsive rendering allows PDF Viewer be viewed on different screen sizes.
Pages can be navigated and zoomed using touch gestures in Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Edge browsers.
OLAP data can be retrieved from a cube completely at the end of a script through the XML/A option. The pivot chart also supports binding relational data sources that work with or without a service.
OLAP data can be retrieved from a cube completely at the end of a script through the XML/A option. The pivot gauge also supports binding relational data sources that work with or without a service.
The pivot grid control supports inserting a new calculated field based on existing calculated items through the Calculated Field dialog or code behind. This is applicable only for relational data sources.
The pivot grid control supports advanced sorting and filtering techniques similar to Microsoft Excel —like label filtering, value filtering, and hierarchy- or level-based sorting. It is applicable only for OLAP data sources.
Content rendered from both OLAP and relational data sources on the client end can be exported to PDF, CSV, and Word.
A single row or column in the pivot grid control can now be selected for external use.
The drill-through option retrieves raw items used to create a specific cell. This is applicable only for OLAP data sources.
The pivot tree map control lets users visualize OLAP data in the form of nested nodes in hierarchical order. Some important features are: * Support for OLAP data sources in both client and server modes. * Drill-up and drill-down capabilities. * Normal color mapping and range-based color mapping.
The rotator control provides template support from the data source.
Timeslots in the schedule control can be blocked so that restrictions can be set on those timeslots and also on the appointments within the blocked range. Those blocked appointments will be made read-only and CRUD operations on them will be prevented.
The sparkline control presents trends and variations associated with a measurement, such as average temperature or stock market activity, in a simple, light-weighted, condensed form.
The spreadsheet control will adaptively render an optimal user interface for phone, tablet, or desktop form factors, helping applications scale elegantly without any additional effort.
All spreadsheet control features are optimized for touch screens. This includes swipes for scrolling and taps for selecting, filtering, and sorting.
Spreadsheet content can be exported to PDF files.
The spreadsheet control supports on-demand data loading when bound to remote and local data sources. This feature greatly improves initial loading time by requesting only the visible data from the data source.
Content from the tree grid can be exported to Microsoft Excel.