In the R2 2020 release in May, we will deliver a full-featured version of our Web Report Designer. This addition complements our existing Report Designer Tools by enabling developers to freely build what they want and allows report designers to work where they want. This post is the first in a series detailing these tools.
Now that the Visual Studio 2015 Preview is released and available for everyone to test the new environment and the next version of ASP.NET 5, let’s see how we can build a new application and add reporting functionality there.
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