Topics in this section describe how to configure the ASPxDashboard control and integrate it in the Web Forms application.
Server-Side API Overview
Guides you through the server-side specifics of the ASP.NET Web Forms Dashboard.
Client-Side API Overview
Guides you through the client-side specifics of the ASP.NET Web Forms Dashboard.
Add the ASPxDashboard Control
Shows how to add the control into an existing ASP.NET Web Forms application.
Prepare a Dashboard Storage
Describes how to create a dashboard storage to keep the created dashboards.
Register Default Data Sources
Describes how to provide a Web Dashboard with a set of default data sources, which are available for end-users.
Register Default Data Connections
Shows how to provide a Web Dashboard with a set of predefined data connections.
Designer and Viewer Modes
Describes how to specify the Web Dashboard's mode.
Load a Dashboard
Shows how to specify a dashboard as a default.
Themes and Styles
Describes how to apply or customize the Web Dashboard's theme.
Manage Exporting Capabilities
Shows how to configure the control's export settings.
Manage Dashboard State
Shows how to save the result of actions a user performs on the client.
Manage an In-Memory Data Cache
Describes the dashboard's server-side data caching functionality, corresponding API, and how to update the cached data.
Manage Interactivity Capabilities
Displays how to use the Master Filtering and Drill-Down features.
Customize Dashboard Colors
Shows how to manage the coloring of dashboard item elements in the Designer mode.
Access to Underlying Widgets
Shows how to access the DevExtreme widgets.
Underlying and Displayed Data
Shows how to obtain underlying data from the dashboard data source and client data displayed within the dashboard item.