Progress Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC
Powerful and redesigned ASP.NET MVC PivotGrid control for multi-dimensional data analysis. Support for OLAP cubes and flat data, sorting, filtering, custom content via templates, and many more.
The Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC PivotGrid V2 component is a powerful data visualization tool allowing developers to perform operations over multi-dimensional data. The revamped component supports sorting, filtering, rendering of custom content via templates, PDF export and its future-proof architecture allows the implementation of many upcoming functionalities.
See the new MVC PivotGrid v2 component demo.
The ASP.NET MVC PivotGridv2 component supports data binding to an HTTP accessible Online Analytical Processing cube. To learn more about how to set it up and its fundamentals visit our documentation article.
Use the tree view settings menu on the right side of the Pivot Grid to decide which columns and rows to show or hide. You can easily sort the data within them in ascending or descending order, decide which fields to show, and filter them if needed.
Whether you need to highlight positive numbers by making them green or bold, or you want to underline strange results, we’ve got you covered. You can easily customize the appearance of the PivotGridV2’s column & row headers and cells through templates.
PivotGrids are very useful tools for reports as they represent data in an easy to read and understand format. They are often used in company presentations and forecasting, that is why the ASP.NET MVC PivotGrid v2 can be easily exported to a PDF file with the click of a button.
The Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC PivotGridV2 component comes with 20+ built-in themes and swatches you can chose from. Explore the Default (Main Dark, Nordic, Purple), Material (Arctic, Lime Dark, Nova) and Bootstrap (Urban, Vintage, etc.) themes and choose the swatch that best suits your project. If neither of them fits your design guidelines, you can easily customize them with a few lines of CSS or create new themes by using the Progress SASS ThemeBuilder application.