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   Build End-User Dashboard Applications using the Template Gallery
  [Expand]Build End-User Dashboard Designer Applications
  [Collapse]Build End-User Dashboard Viewer Applications
    Create a WinForms Viewer for Displaying a Dashboard
    Create an ASP.NET Viewer for Displaying a Dashboard
    Create an ASP.NET MVC Viewer for Displaying a Dashboard
    Create an HTML5 JavaScript Viewer for Displaying a Dashboard
    Create an ASP.NET Core Viewer for Displaying a Dashboard (CTP)
    Create a WPF Viewer for Displaying a Dashboard (CTP)
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   Create a Dashboard in Visual Studio
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Create an ASP.NET Viewer for Displaying a Dashboard

This document describes how to use the ASPxDashboard control as a Dashboard Viewer. See the tutorials below before creating the ASP.NET Viewer:

  1. Create an ASP.NET Designer
    In this tutorial, you create a Dashboard Designer web application.

  2. Create a Dashboard using the Web Dashboard
    This lesson shows you how to create a dashboard in a browser. The saved dashboard definition (dashboard1.xml) is added to the ~/App_Data/Dashboards folder.

You can now switch your Dashboard Designer application to Viewer mode.

  1. In the project created in this lesson, switch to WebForm1.aspx and click the control's smart tag.

  2. Set the Working Mode option to the 'ViewerOnly'.

  3. Run the application. The ASPxDashboard control displays the dashboard from ~/App_Data/Dashboards.

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