With another exciting webinar presentation having just wrapped up this week, we received many great questions about how to use and develop JReport to help glean the most from your data for better analysis. The answers to some of them can be found in this post! 1. Agile development often requires collaboration between users and developers in different locations.
This week Jinfonet presented a webinar on how to Seamlessly Embed JReport to add Visualization and Dashboards to your Application.
Yesterday, we hosted our 10th webinar of the 2011 year, showcasing more of the superior data visualization aspects of our new product, JDashboard. Our June 22 webinar presentation highlighted the new Flash capabilities that allow users to instantly bring their data to life.
This week brought more exciting news about JReport 10.1, our newest product release! In this version, users are able to easily create and modify reports using the new JDashboard feature, vastly improving data visualization! Yesterday’s webinar touched on many of the new features that JReport 10.1 will be bringing to our users and brought to life JDashboard through a live demo.
As promised, further information on one of the most advanced visualization features in JReport 10.1, JDashboard, is here! JDashboard is our new reporting dashboard that allows for quick and easy user interaction with data.
JReport 10.1 has arrived! With this product release, JReport’s advanced data visualization features are easier to use than ever before. Providing many new additions to its already proven product capabilities, JReport 10.1 defines the phrase “cutting edge” by enriching business intelligence and web-based java reporting.
The epic thunderstorm that is the iPad launch has stirred up an old debate. And no, I’m not talking about the tired back and forth about whether Apple is an evil empire or herald of all things cool. Unless you have been living underground, you have heard that the iPad doesn’t support Flash. This decision has relit the AJAX vs.