|New FastReport VCL 5 published!|
New FastReport VCL 5 published on fast-report.com.
Supports Delphi 7-XE6
- Many changes and improvements in classes
- New objects
- More interactivity in reports
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- improvements in GUI...
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Total 3 products
|DB-Aware Components > Visual > List and Combo Boxes|
||06 Jan 1997
|By Grahame Grieve. The component is a combobox that shows each record in the table. Users can go to a record by selecting the record from the combobox. The combobox can be sorted. Typing in the dblist edit box will result in the selection of the first string that matches in the list, and the table will go to that spot.|
|Download: D1 D2
|Components > Charts and Graphs > Other|
||23 Jun 1997
|By Grahame Grieve. TxyGraph is a Delphi component for drawing, curve-fitting, and printing graphs of y vs x data. Each TxyGraph represents a single plotting area, with an X and 2 Y axes. Data to be plotted is contained in series. Data can only be added at run time. Each TxyGraph can have an unlimited number of series. There is no limit to the number of points in a series. Data may be analyzed statistically, with several regression / curve-fitting methods available.|
|Download: CB1 D1 D2 D3
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