Telerik Reporting R1 2020, we continue the development of the newly released Web-Based Report Designer, introduced a brand new Blazor Report Viewer, extended the Crystal Report Converter capabilities, and added support for Dependency Injection with the .NET Core Web API reporting services.
WebHooks are event-based, which makes them very useful for real-time data synchronization and notifications. This blog post provides a practical example on how to use WebHooks to track the history of a Telerik Report Server. You may find also an example of WebServiceDataSource customization through parameters and JSONPath data filtering.
With the latest release of Telerik's development tools arrives the anticipated Web-based Report Designer widget. It empowers you to bring report editing functionality to your end users right into your web applications. It brings a lot of UX improvements compared to the classic Report Designer and its tooling.
Web data is moving rapidly and with the use of NO-SQL databases, the shape of the data is ever-changing as well. Telerik Reporting and the Web Service Data Source provides seamless integration with a RESTful API like Kinvey's BaaS. This can be used to build and deliver reports at a compatible rate.
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