I want to tell you a secret. It is completely up to you. In this article, I will demonstrate how the HTML5 Report Viewer in Telerik Reporting can be implemented in Angular, React and Vue applications.
Built by the Facebook team, React is a favorite among developers for building and maintaining products, whether a quick POC or large enterprise software. It’s currently used by many leading companies like Instagram, Netflix, Yahoo!, WhatsApp and many more. We have an excellent how-to knowledge base article which explains how the HTML5 Report Viewer can be used inside a React application:
Created by Evan You and adopted by organizations like Alibaba, Vue is becoming a fast favorite among those who discover it. Other top companies that have trusted Vue.js include Adobe, WizzAir, Xiaomi, Grammarly and many more. A knowledge base article which also illustrates how the HTML5 Report Viewer can be used inside a Vue.js application can be found at:
Before we wrap up, I need to mention that we don’t have built-in support for React and Vue.js, but our development plans are based on users' demand. Currently, we provide wrappers for MVC, WebForms and Angular applications. But you can like/comment with your feedback in the already logged feature requests in our Feedback & Ideas portal:
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Silviya Boteva is a Technical Support Engineer in the Telerik Reporting division in Sofia, Bulgaria. She focuses to details and strives for high customer's satisfaction. Off work, she enjoys travelling, music and reading books.