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Telerik Reporting Introduces a New Revolutionary Designer

Telerik Reporting is the first tool of its kind to introduce a unique, state of the art designer, integrated in Visual Studio .NET. The new designer features ground-breaking WYSIWYG graph paper surface with a report map, snap lines, zooming, and text rotation, thus offering a new level of user experience in the process of creation and styling of reports.

 

“The new designer greatly simplifies the development process, and further empowers developers and business intelligence professionals alike to efficiently create and style reports,” says Svetoslav Stanev, Team Leader, Telerik Reporting. “It also underpins Telerik’s role as the industry’s trendsetter.”

 

The innovative designer provides an intuitive environment for designing report layouts and offers an excellent visual representation of how the report will look when printed on paper. For more precise and easy positioning, aligning, and sizing, the new designer comes with smart snapping and alignment to grids and objects. A Fast Navigation Map shows a selected section of the screen and allows for easy navigation, while the zooming feature enables precise item layout.

 

About Telerik Reporting

Telerik Reporting is a convenient, royalty-free solution for professional data presentation in all widely used document formats such as PDF, XLS, HTML, RTF, Image, and others. Available for both web forms and windows forms applications.

 

About Telerik

Telerik is a leading vendor of development tools and components for Microsoft .NET and the Sitefinity CMS. Developers from most of the Fortune 2000 companies, many of the world’s leading educational and non-profit organizations and thousands of consultants rely on Telerik products to build applications with unparalleled richness, responsiveness and interactivity.

Published Wednesday, May 21, 2008 4:23 AM by msmith

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