The amount of data being generated every day continues to increase, and visualizing it all in a way that’s appealing to the eye and easy to understand is not easy. If you need to present a large amount of data to someone, there are a few ways you could try to do this. If you use a control suite you can make CRUD data input, apply some customization and theming, and even make paging virtualization. You can do all this with a certain amount of coding, along with frequent fixes and adjustments.
On the other hand, there’s an easier and more user-friendly way to generate data visualizations of virtually any type—a Reporting solution.
The core of a reporting engine is the declarative definition paradigm. Most programming languages define what something is and how to do something. The report definition describes what the output will look like and where the source data is coming from. This leaves the reporting engine free to decide how to generate the defined look and feel, regardless of the programming language or underlying architecture. The end result is an easy and coding-free option to create impressive reports with a data-driven report layout.
With our Reporting solution, in just a few clicks, you can do any of the following:
If you are curious to see how Telerik Reporting can save you time and effort, you can start a free trial today.
Managing a vast collection of reports may be challenging, which is why we also created the Telerik Report Server solution to efficiently store, create, manage and analyze reports in a single server-side repository. Report Server leverages the feature-rich Telerik Reporting engine and supports all must-have report server features like scheduling, data alerts, versioning, report caching, authentication with AD FS support, ready to use report server web portal with enabled white labeling and complete REST API for integration with your desktop and web applications. If you’re ready to dive right in, you can start a free trial of Report Server right now.
By leveraging the broad array of themes, skins, styling and customization options, your application will awe even the best frontend designers. Check it out!
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Galia is a Product Marketing Manager for Telerik Reporting, Telerik Report Server and Telerik Test Studio at Progress. She has 18+ years in marketing, improving the sales, performance and reputation of a great number of international companies. Outside of work, she enjoys reading, psychology, mountain climbing and music.