Stimulsoft Announces the Release of Report Designer for WinRT

The component supports the ARM and Intel versions of processors. The report designer allows creating and editing reports on any device running Windows 8. "The idea of the report designer for touch is a very old one", - says Anton Lozovsky. "Since the technology was poor to do what we needed and, even if it met our requirements, it did not allow us to finalize the idea into something real. With the release of Windows 8, we got our hands full of trump cards. All we needed was to keep performance and reliability of our previous report designers and speed up the component without losing comfort." Check it out right here.



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