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 [Expand]Get Started with DevExpress Reporting
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 [Expand]Detailed Guide to DevExpress Reporting
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   Cross-Platform Reporting
  [Expand]WinForms Reporting
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    [Expand]Print and Export
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     [Collapse]Quick Start
       Add the Document Viewer to an ASP.NET WebForms Application
       Create an ASP.NET WebForms Application with the Document Viewer
       Document Viewer Requirements and Limitations
      Mobile Mode
     [Expand]API and Customization
      Localization
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     Application Deployment
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   [Expand]JavaScript Reporting
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    End-User Documentation
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   Localization
   Redistribution and Deployment
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 End-User Documentation
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Quick Start

The topics in this section demonstrate how to integrate an HTML5 Document Viewer into an ASP.NET WebForms application:

The following topic describes the requirements for deploying the Document Viewer and its current limitations:

Tip

See the JavaScript Reporting section to learn how to use the Document Viewer in JavaScript, JavaScript with the React library, and JavaScript with Angular.

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