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   Build End-User Dashboard Applications using the Template Gallery
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   Create a Dashboard in Visual Studio
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Build End-User Dashboard Applications using the Template Gallery

The DevExpress Template Gallery provides access to predefined templates for building an application that end-users can use to create dashboards. Use this link to see the available Dashboard templates.

This tutorial shows how to create a ready-to-use ASP.NET MVC Dashboard application, combining both the Dashboard Designer and Viewer using DevExpress Template Gallery.

  1. Run Visual Studio.
  2. Create a new project by selecting File | New | Project… In the invoked New Project dialog, select the Web section, and choose DevExpress v18.1 Template Gallery.

  3. Go to the ASP.NET MVC category and select Dashboard Web Application in the invoked Template Gallery.

    Click Run Wizard.

  4. Click Create Project in the invoked DevExpress ASP.NET MVC Project Wizard.

  5. Run the application to see the results.

    The Web Designer application displays a sample dashboard and allows you to change it, create a new dashboard and switch to the Viewer mode.

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