This article starts our how-to series offering practical advice on the basics of work with the CrossBand controls in SharpShooter Reports.
Very often our customers feel the need of adding a data table to a report without having any possibility of predefining the table columns list through the Report Designer. In such situations a CrossBand control comes in handy.
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Perpetuum Software is glad to announce that it has passed all necessary certifications to extend its membership in the Microsoft Partner Program as a Gold Certified Partner in Application Development.
The company had been a Microsoft Partner for eight years and there was no doubt to extend Gold partner status this year since this is how the company can demonstrate its ability and commitment to address customers evolving needs in dynamic business environment. Read the rest of this entry »
You get two default build configurations: Debug and Release, when creating a new project in Visual Studio. And it’s enough for most small projects. But there can appear a necessity to extend it with the additional configurations. It’s ok if you need to add just a couple of new settings, but what if there are tens of such settings? And what if your solution contains 20 projects that need setting up of these configurations? In this case it becomes quite difficult to manage and modify build parameters.
In this article, we will review a way to make this process simpler by reducing description of the build configurations. Read the rest of this entry »
One of our customers, Info On The Web (IOTW), uses SharpShooter Dashboards to create a custom dashboard that helps their customers analyze large amount of data and make decisions. IOTW’s Custom Dashboard solution can display data from multiple sources all on a single Dashboard, as well as multiple data on a single chart and gauge.
They really liked Perpetuum dashboard component and support services they got while developing and integrating the efficient data visualization solution. So, they decided to share their experience with the other developers who might be looking for an efficient dashboard component for WinForms and ASP.NET.
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