Dashboard - WPF Viewer (v18.1)

Back in November last year, Vladimir published the announcement of the WPF Dashboard Viewer CTP release. On the basis of all the customer feedback we received during the CTP phase, we have now completed our work for the v18.1 release!

The feature set of the WPF Dashboard Viewer is the same as that of the WinForms and ASP.NET WebForms counterparts. The control supports the same 15 Data Visualization Items as well as the associated functionality of conditional formatting and coloring, interactive runtime item layouts, filtering, drill-down, export and much more.

WPF Dashboard Viewer

We have removed all limitations of the CTP version. We support Dashboard Parameters, export and printing is fully implemented, and we have made numerous improvements to the programmers’ API and internal processes, including error handling.

If you are familiar with one of our other viewers, for WinForms or ASP.NET WebForms, you should feel immediately at home with the UI and the functionality of the WPF Dashboard Viewer!

Visual Studio Dashboard Designer

The WPF Dashboard Viewer uses the same theming mechanisms as our other WPF controls, which is important for consistency of look&feel throughout your WPF application. It is also possible to customize the appearance of the Dashboard Viewer using the WPF Theme Designer.

WPF Theme Designer

Availability

The easiest way to test the WPF Dashboard Viewer is to launch our ClickOnce demo. With our v18.1 release installed (note that Dashboards are part of our Universal Subscription), you can also use the DevExpress Template Gallery in Visual Studio to create a new WPF Dashboard project, connect it to your own data source and customize your dashboards using the Visual Studio Dashboard Designer.

As always, please let us know your thoughts! Will you use the WPF dashboard viewer in your apps?

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