List & Label 19 Adds Interactive Reports and New Chart Types

combit has recently released List & Label 19 with several new features. The new version of the developer component offers even more interactive reports, new chart types and many innovations for .NET and web developers.

combit is one of a select group of international launch partners for Visual Studio 2013, so List & Label 19 works perfectly with the new development environment. Windows 8.1 and Embarcadero RAD Studio XE5 are also supported.

The new version is DPI-Aware, meaning the display is ideal for high-resolution displays, for example when using tablet PCs.

“After we achieved substantial performance gains in List & Label 18, version 19 now brings great new features for end users,” says Jochen Bartlau, Managing Director and Head of Development List & Label.

Report parameters and collection variables will especially catch the eye. They enable the end user to filter and process the displayed data according to his preferences.

Jochen Bartlau is amazed: “Expandable regions and interactive sorting in tables allow the user to customize the report directly in the preview.”

There is news in the charts section, too: shapefiles are now available in List & Label. With the included geo shapefiles of continents with countries and oceans data can be visualized on a map.

Moreover, users can create their own shapefiles with CAD software and benefit from almost unlimited possibilities: for example, it is possible to recreate seating plans of event rooms.

Funnel, pipeline and donut complete the chart types for vivid reports. Web and .NET developers will appreciate the new data providers OData and REST.

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List & Label 19 is available in the Standard Edition starting at EUR 650 / US$ 896. An upgrade costs from EUR 390 / US$ 537. The subscription editions are available from EUR 1200 / US$ 1654, each excluding VAT (Exchange rate as of 29/10/2013). A subscription includes service packs, feature updates, upgrades to new versions and flat-rate support.

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