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Released on October 27, 2014
The Barcode Report Item has been extended to support Quick Response (QR) codes and PDF417 matrix barcode. Now, you can create a two-dimensional barcode that contains more information than the traditional barcodes, saving valuable report space. The data can be stored in the four standardized encoding modes: numeric, alphanumeric, byte/binary and kanji.
The choropleth map provides an easy way to visualize how a measurement varies across a geographic area. It’s similar to a heat map but overlaid on a geographic map, on which the map areas are shaded in proportion to the measurement. A good example of a choropleth map is mapping population density across countries.
A highly requested feature, text justification allows you to justify text in plain text report items, such as text boxes and tables.
This Visual Studio Item Template significantly simplifies the addition of the HTML5 Report Viewer to existing projects. The template creates an HTML page within your project and adds the HTML Report Viewer to it, including the REST Report Service and all needed dependencies, references and files.
The Query Builder enables you to build the select statement of the data source, add data tables and select data fields with a few clicks, using a wizard similar to the one in Visual Studio.
This new feature enables you to use the HTML5 Report Viewer in Web Farms (for example, Azure with multiple instances).
The newly public members of the Report Viewers API enables you to take control. Now you can handle multiple events, such as RenderingBegin or Print, in a custom manner, using new public methods and properties.
Bind report items to a CSV Data Source, avoiding any unnecessary coding, with a dedicated wizard.
The improved Report Wizard offers separate item templates for a blank report and report conversion. Besides the band and label reports, it now supports other report types including table, crosstab and map reports.
Q1 2014 introduces the ability to analyze data based on geographic location directly in your Telerik reports. Through the new Map Report Item you will be able to explore data in a spatial way and plot 2D data on the map, allowing your users to make better decisions through geographic visualization and analysis of data. The new Map Report Item will also offer geocoding capabilities which allow you to find associated geographic coordinates (latitude and longitude) from other geographic data, such as street addresses, postal codes, and city names.
Due to popular demand, we have added support for the open source ServiceStack framework to the Telerik Reporting REST Service, which joins the current support for the ASP.NET WebAPI framework. The REST report service is an abstraction over the reporting engine that exposes the reports on the server as resources: instead of commanding the reporting engine to process and render reports, the clients see the report documents as resources as if you have static PDF, Excel or Microsoft Word documents. The Reporting REST Service can be used with the HTML5 report viewer only.
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