Stimulsoft.Reports.Net 2021.1.1

Stimulsoft Reports.Net is a .NET based reporting tool which helps you create flexible and feature rich reports. All reports are created in a report designer with handy and user-friendly interface. Using Stimulsoft Reports.Net you can create reports on the basis of various data sources. Created reports can be used both in Windows Forms and ASP.NET. Rendered reports can be exported to different formats. The product supports .NET and .NET Core frameworks.

Install-Package Stimulsoft.Reports.Net -Version 2021.1.1
dotnet add package Stimulsoft.Reports.Net --version 2021.1.1
<PackageReference Include="Stimulsoft.Reports.Net" Version="2021.1.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Stimulsoft.Reports.Net --version 2021.1.1
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#r "nuget: Stimulsoft.Reports.Net, 2021.1.1"
For F# scripts that support #r syntax, copy this into the source code to reference the package.

Release Notes

You can check the release notes for this version here:
https://www.stimulsoft.com/en/changes/reports-net?build=2021.1.1

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Stimulsoft.Dashboards.Win
Stimulsoft Dashboards.WIN is a set of components using which you can add analytics to your application. Dashboards are designed for both WinForms and WPF technologies. Data can be rendered using various widgets from tables and charts to arrow gauges. Stimulsoft Dashboards.WIN supports a variety of data sources such as SQL, CSV, JSON, and others. The product supports .NET and .NET Core frameworks.

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
2021.1.1 603 1/15/2021
2020.5.2 717 11/26/2020
2020.5.1 539 10/29/2020
2020.4.2 871 9/11/2020
2020.4.1 611 8/12/2020
2020.3.2 837 6/19/2020
2020.3.1 256 6/12/2020
2020.2.3 756 4/29/2020
2020.2.2 1,956 3/23/2020
2020.2.1 2,028 2/5/2020
2020.1.1 1,338 12/19/2019
2019.4.2 670 11/14/2019
2019.4.1 1,090 10/21/2019
2019.3.7 898 10/4/2019
2019.3.6 464 9/23/2019
2019.3.5 573 9/7/2019
2019.3.4 566 8/8/2019
2019.3.3 406 7/22/2019
2019.3.2 1,620 6/19/2019
2019.3.1 887 5/21/2019
2019.2.3 2,234 3/29/2019
2019.2.2 842 3/13/2019
2019.2.1 1,146 2/14/2019
2019.1.1 3,439 12/18/2018
2018.3.5 783 11/19/2018
2018.3.4 475 11/9/2018
2018.3.3 836 10/25/2018
2018.3.2 1,124 10/16/2018
2018.3.1 700 10/11/2018
2018.2.3 2,933 7/6/2018
2018.2.2 5,609 4/28/2018
2018.2.1 1,186 4/9/2018
2018.1.8 1,738 2/20/2018
2018.1.7 1,359 2/15/2018
2018.1.6 878 1/22/2018
2018.1.5 832 1/17/2018
2018.1.4 823 12/18/2017
2018.1.3 702 12/12/2017
2018.1.2 926 12/6/2017
2018.1.1 600 12/1/2017
2017.2.4 970 11/15/2017
2017.2.3 4,009 10/25/2017
2017.2.2 1,087 10/6/2017
2017.2.1 990 10/3/2017
2017.1.11 1,877 8/19/2017
2017.1.10 2,586 7/18/2017
2017.1.9 597 7/13/2017
2017.1.8 579 7/7/2017
2017.1.7 1,095 6/22/2017
2017.1.6 768 6/5/2017
2017.1.5 527 6/2/2017
2017.1.4 755 5/16/2017
2017.1.3 644 5/12/2017
2017.1.2 1,061 5/5/2017
2017.1.1 806 4/27/2017