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Samples for Stimulsoft Reports.JS - a reporting tool for Node.js, JavaScript, ASP.NET, PHP, Angular and Angular 2 applications
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This repository contains samples for Stimulsoft Reports.JS - a reporting tool for Node.js, JavaScript, ASP.NET, PHP, Angular, Angular, React and Vue.js applications.

  • In the ASP.NET folder you can find examples of using Stimulsoft Reports.JS with ASP.NET applications.
  • The AngularJS folder contains examples of integration the Stimulsoft Reports.JS into simple Angular.JS project.
  • The Angular folder contains examples of integration the Stimulsoft Reports.JS into simple Angular project.
  • The React folder contains examples of integration the Stimulsoft Reports.JS into simple React project.
  • There is the demo project written in the HTML/JS in the Demo folder. This application demonstrates using Stimulsoft Reports.JS without any server side – it works in the browser from the local disk storage. Many types of reports are available for work.
  • Here are many samples of using Stimulsoft Reports.JS in the JavaScript applications in the JavaScript folder. Any web-server is needed to launch this example.
  • In the Node.js folder you can use examples of using Stimulsoft Reports.JS on the server-side with the Node.js applications.
  • The PHP folder contains examples of integration Stimulsoft Reports.JS with the server-side PHP application.
  • The Vue.js folder contains examples of integration the Stimulsoft Reports.JS into simple Vue.js project.
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