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JavaScript Reporting

The topics in this section describe how to use the Web Document Viewer and Report Designer in JavaScript, JavaScript with the React library, and JavaScript with Angular.

These approaches are based on the client-server model, that is, you need to create a server (backend) project and a client (frontend) part that includes all the necessary styles, scripts and HTML-templates.

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