We've added great features to Telerik Reporting and Telerik Report Server in our first release of 2019, including improved Linux support. Read on to get a preview.
For the R1 2019 release of Telerik Reporting and Telerik Report Server, we have been busy implementing a whole set of new features. These have come directly from your requests on our feedback portal, so thank you and keep them coming!
In the next release, which will arrive on January 16th, we will include report rendering run time on Linux (.NET Core), declarative report definitions localization, scalability of the report scheduling service and much more.
In this blog post, I want to focus on what to expect regarding one of these features in particular – Report rendering run time on Linux (.NET Core) in Telerik Reporting.
With Telerik Reporting you can deploy your created reports to any business application. Currently, we support the following technologies:
With R1 2019, we will enable our report rendering engine, along with the reports web service, to be available for deployment on console and web applications targeting .NET Core framework, versions 2.0 and higher. The deployment target can be both Windows and Linux OS. With this valuable addition Telerik Reporting becomes available to a wider developer audience by targeting yet another operating system.
And don't forget to register for our R1 2019 release webinar on January 18th, where our technical experts will provide a deep dive into all our new features and functionalities.
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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.
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