Data Dynamics Analysis supports VS2010

Latest update adds support for .NET Framework 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010.
April 27, 2010 - 0:00
Feature Release

Data Dynamics Analysis is a free form visual analysis component for .NET developers. It takes the complexity out of standard data analysis and gives users a simple drag and drop environment that promotes exploring data visually. Data Dynamics Analysis is aimed towards developers whose business users need to analyze data.

Updates in V1.0.912.0

  • Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0 are now supported
  • It is now possible to remove measures and attributes that were added at runtime.
  • Internet Explorer 8 is now a supported runtime environment.
  • A Clear All option is now available for quick filters on the web.
  • The legend cards can now have their visibility toggled.
  • Custom toolbars can now display the format dialogs.
  • Samples are now provided in Visual Basic .NET.
  • Calculated measures support is improved.
  • The internal data manager updates affect local cube files which could not have sorting and filtering applied to them because they did not have the required data in them. New local cube files do not have this issue.
  • When using part-to-whole calculations, the grid now indicates the cells that are considered the "whole."
  • It is now possible to export the values of a view to the CSV file format.
  • Data Dynamics Analysis has a new Spanish localization.
  • It is now possible to set the DisplayPanels property at design time.
  • Data Dynamics Analysis now uses the licensing model built into ASP.NET making it much simpler to deploy web applications.
  • Part-to-whole calculations are now implemented in the Windows Forms control.
  • Part-to-whole calculations are now implemented in the ASP.NET control.

About ComponentOne

ComponentOne headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a leader in the Microsoft Visual Studio component industry. The company believes the key to successful implementation of business solutions is providing customers with a premier studio of innovative components and tools. On July 1, 2012, ComponentOne and GrapeCity joined forces, creating ComponentOne, a division of GrapeCity. The US GrapeCity PowerTools division was renamed to ComponentOne.

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