In the beginning of 2019, we will make our report rendering engine along with the reports web service available for deployment on Linux OS (.NET Core).
In our first release of 2019, we will enhance the declarative report definitions to support localization like the typed report definitions, so that one report definition can serve multilingual end users.
In R1 2019, we will optimize the performance of reporting runtime by reusing the pulled data when a data source definition is shared among multiple data items in the report.
In the first release of 2019, we will improve the report pages' navigation by introducing continuous scroll through pages.
In R2 2019, we will enable the exported PDF reports to cover the applicable accessibility standards.
In the second release of 2019, we will launch built-in support for gauges to enable the creation of more visually appealing reports.
In R2 2019, we will enlarge the barcodes symbologies to cover more standards out-of-the-box.
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