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License: Fully Function Evaluation version
Technologies: C# (C#, C#4.0), VB (VB, VB10.0), Windows (WinXP, Vista, Windows, Win7), .NET (.NET, .NET4), WPF
Last Updated: 27 Apr 2010

Contact Information
Contact Name:
Sales
Company /
Organisation:
Developer Express, Inc.
Email:
sales@devexpress.com
Email Format:
Text
Address 1:
801 N. Brand Blvd. Ste 850
City:
Glendale
State / Province:
CA
Zip / Post Code:
91203
Country:
United States
Phone:
1(818)844-3383
Fax:
1(818)844-3389
URL:
http://www.devexpress.com

WPF Report Viewer Control - DevExpress XtraReports

Developer Express

Your WPF applications can now display reports created with the XtraReports Suite
via our new WPF Report Viewer.

XtraReports is our next-generation Reporting platform for Windows® Forms, ASP.NET,
WPF and Silverlight developers! XtraReports was engineered to help you create stunning
reports for your end-users in the shortest possible time - yet maintain all the
capabilities you've come to expect from today's most powerful reporting solutions.
With full Microsoft® Visual Studio integration, XtraReports Suite allows you to
build reports in the same exact way you build a typical Windows® Forms application.
XtraReports uses the same code editor (C#, VB.NET or J#), the same Property Grid,
the same component Toolbox, the same alignment toolbar, and ALL available Visual
Studio IDE resources.

XtraReports classes persist in exactly the same way as your Windows .NET classes,
so there is no need for convoluted external file types. That's right, XtraReports
only needs standard code files, which makes deployment a breeze for you and your
team. No more monolithic unmanaged binaries - just one lightweight class!

Like all Developer Express .NET components, full source code is available and your
purchase is backed by a 60 day no questions asked money back guarantee.


 
 
 

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