In R1 2018, we will provide a localization mechanism for the Stand-alone Report Designer.
In our first release of 2018, we will extend the supported backend data providers.
In R1 2018, we will cover the latest accessibility standards for our desktop report viewers.
In R2 2018, we will provide built-in declarative way to utilize such data sources.
In our second release of 2018, we will help the report creators to precisely specify how the tables are dispersed across the report pages.
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 enhance the experience of end-users by allowing them to easily find a particular part of a report while previewing the generated report.
In R3 2018, we will increase pie chart readability by consolidating insignificant data in a single slice, based on predefined rules.
In our third release of 2018, we we will provide useful data visualization for comparing data points, in visually appealing, easy to differentiate manner.
In R3 2018, we will enhance the end-user experience, by allowing the users to easily compose a new email message containing generated report as an attachment.
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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