Stimulsoft Released the First 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. Options for managing components vary including the ability to build reports using a mouse or stylus or just your fingers. The report designer for WinRT has the required set of features to create reports of any complexity. The interface of the report designer is stylized under Office 2013 UI with customizable colors. The component has a built-in ability to view reports in the WinRT viewer. The report designer is localized in 28 languages, including English, German, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, French, Russian and others. Read the full details here.



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