Here I will post little bits about projects I am working on.
Unless otherwise stated, all work is done in C# using Visual Studio 2010.
Still in development, ActiveReports 7 will combine the ActiveReports and Data Dynamics Reports engines into a single product, offering a unified interface, and other unannounced features.
Create and deploy canned reports, create dashboards, and other data driven documents with Data Dynamics Reports. Reports gives developers the tools to create informative and useful documents without writing complex code. Take advantage of the data engine and pull in data from multiple data sources, impress your users with informative dashboards using the included dashboard controls, surprise the sales analyst when sales data is displayed in the included calendar data region.
Data analysis for the masses! Don’t get stuck wondering how you can best expose the data to your users, let them run wild with it and perform whatever analysis they need. Data Dynamics Analysis is a real-time data visualization component that lets your users answer the questions they have.
Program to sort a set of files into separate directories/zip files, supporting descript.ion files.
A program to help schedule, keep track of, and bill for the hours I spent working for clients.
This component is used to change the standard .NET 1.x menus into fancier owner drawn menus supporting bitmaps and an Office XP drawing style. This component used to be available here, but I took down the meat of the article when I couldn’t rewrite the article to include some major bugfixes. Eventually I will revive the project and get the article rewritten yet again.
The culmination of years of thinking about writing my Coca-Cola bottle collector’s program correctly. I have been thinking about this program since I first started experimenting with .NET in early 2001. Some day I will actually get beyond the initial stages of the project.