HTML5 (JavaScript) gauges are easily integrated with popular JavaScript client frameworks

Ekaterina Nebogina

Web developers can’t avoid using JavaScript for different applications because it can really make the client side look and work beautifully. And a plenty of JavaScript frameworks like Angular, Ember, TypeScript, etc. are extremely helpful in designing really functional web applications. They bring structure to your JavaScript code and make it more organized and readable. You don’t need to write sophisticated code to make the app compatible with all browsers, the framework did it for you; you can just focus on your application logic. Use of frameworks reduces code and less code means less maintenance time, less download time and less coding time.
 
Client Side JavaScript Frameworks
 
Our HTML5 gauges can add visual attraction and useful data monitoring and management features to any web application. And since the use of frameworks is inevitable we try to make development and learning curve easier and shorter. We created a set of samples that demonstrate how to add our HTML5 (JavaScript) data visualizations to web pages created with the help of the following client side frameworks: TypeScript, Knockout, Angular, Ember.
 
More samples are coming soon. Please make sure to check back later!

February 18th, 2015

About escaping slashes in .NET

Andrey Akinshin

A puzzle for today: what will this code get?
 

var uri = new Uri("http://localhost/%2F1");
Console.WriteLine(uri.OriginalString);
Console.WriteLine(uri.AbsoluteUri);

The right answer is “it depends”. Let’s sort it out.
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February 5th, 2015

More efficient database management on mobile devices with a new version of MobiDB Database Designer

Ekaterina Nebogina

Holidays are coming and our team decided to make our users happy with a new version of the database management app for Android – MobiDB Database Designer. This new version is a real Christmas gift because we added really demanded features that you can’t do without when managing complex databases. Ok, let’s start unpacking the gift and see what great features our users will get.
 
One of the most “tasty” abilities is Nested tables. Now one of the table fields can be another table nested in it. This is very convenient for storing additional data that is related to a definite entry but adding it to the card would overload it and make unreadable. Nested tables are a splendid solution for storing customer orders, tracking project tasks, etc. Read the rest of this entry »

December 23rd, 2014

Perpetuum recent news: new releases and posts in the knowledge base.

Ekaterina Nebogina

New releases:
 
We’ve just published a new version of the following components: Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services, SharpShooter Reports.Web, SharpShooter Reports.Silverlight, SharpShooter Reports.WPF.
 
New releases contain fixes of critical issues our customers faced with and reported, like printing and exporting of the reports. Some improvements like optimized Active Reports Converter that helps migrating from Active Reports to SharpShooter Reports make it easier to switch to this powerful reporting tool.
 
More information on what’s new in the recent releases can be found here:

Recent articles in the knowledge base:
 
Setting the parameters in JavaScript Web Viewer (SharpShooter Reports)
 
MobiDB Database Designer Getting Started guide (MobiDB Database Designer)
 
Table relations in MobiDB Database Designer
 

December 18th, 2014