In R1 2018, we will make significant improvements in memory and time to generate reports, especially when working with huge data sets.
In our first release of 2018, we will extend the supported backend data providers.
In the first release of 2018, we will provide support for custom data retrieval in the report definition.
In R2 2018, we will enable developers to subscribe for Report Server events, so that they can trigger corresponding actions (e.g. push notifications to a mobile devices)
In our second release of 2018, we will provide built-in declarative way to utilize such data sources.
In R2 2018, we will enable digital signing in PDF documents to prove the origin of the produced files.
In our second release of 2018, we will make the server administration application accessible to a wider contributor audience, including users with motor restrictions who may need to work with assistive technologies.
In R2 2018, we will enable report creators to translate and deploy the Report Server in a language of their choice, to better target their audiences.
In R3 2018, we will enable report creators to consolidate delivery of multiple reports to specific subscribers.
In our third release of 2018, we will increase pie chart readability by consolidating insignificant data in a single slice, based on predefined rules.
In R3 2018, we will provide useful data visualization for comparing data points, in visually appealing, easy to differentiate manner.
In our third release of 2018, we will launch an advanced version of the PDF format that is self-contained in terms of the needed assets (e.g. fonts, encryptions, annotations) ensuring that the document will look exactly as-is on any machine.
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