• Powerful ASP.NET MVC PivotGrid control for rich data visualization and multi-dimensional data operations with support for OLAP, filtering, scrolling, row and column header sorting and more. 
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  • OLAP Support

    The ASP.NET MVC PivotGrid control is a powerful data visualization component allowing developers to perform operations over multi-dimensional/pivot data. MVC PivotGrid uses the Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) approach to present the result of multidimensional queries in a comprehensive way. Populate ASP.NET MVC PivotGrid to an OLAP cube or service which implements XMLA standard to easily display, sort, page and filter data from your Cube.
    PivotGrid OLAP Support
  • Filtering

    Adding the MVC PivotGrid component to your apps, allows you to build basic BI capabilities into your web-based applications. Enable the filtering mechanism in PivotGrid via the API configuration and let your end-users filter their data in an Excel-like manner. 
  • Scrolling

    Telerik MVC Pivot Grid lets your end-users manipulate huge amounts of data. In case this data cannot fit on one page, the control supports scrolling and frozen header rows.
  • Client Pivot Engine

    MVC PivotGrid supports passing JSON array as data source and can be transformed into OLAP cube on-the-fly and displayed in the PivotGrid. This is useful when you do not need the full power of the standard OLAP cube’s data processing capabilities, and intend to operate with small to medium amount of data items.
  • Row and Column Header Sorting

    The Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC Wizard component is makes completing long forms easy to the end user. Use it when you want to present users with small, manageable chunks of information they need to process before moving to the next one. The Wizard has built-in validation at each step of the way and as flexible as it gets – content can be a Form component or some other random HTML.

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