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C1 is great for creating custom reports. We have client apps where we've created some fairly complicated reports such as invoices and real estate inspections. We also use the True DBGrid in many of our apps since it is so customizable. Its grouping and filtering features are very nice and can provide summary counts and totals at the bottom or right side of the grid that are very handy.
GraalVM is a perfect fit if, in your project, you require interoperability between JVM-based and LLVM-based languages. GraalVM in that case will provide the best possible performance for such a demanding scenario. From my experience base on really extensive research it is not well suited for applications where high performance is considered as top priority.
- The True DBGrid control is nice for showing parent/child relationships and being able to drill down and show the child data. It also is nice for showing summary totals.
- The report engine is great for building custom reports for Win Forms or web apps. It can do everything that Crystal Reports can do.
- They have a good selection of controls that can do just about anything you can imagine.
- High performance and it acts as JIT compiler. Optimizations like partial escape help a lot since it is not available in standard JIT compilers.
- Helps in running native languages on the JVM
- Helps in extension of JVM-Based application
- Sometimes it is difficult to figure out where things are in the properties of controls since there are so many things you can drill down into.
- I find myself using Bing or Google a lot to look up how to do something. Some things are not very intuitive.
- Of course, I would always like the price to be cheaper. The high price has caused us to not keep current and have the latest version.
- JIT compiler makes a long-running server process run even faster as time passes with optimization at runtime. Lack of this feature makes GraalVM not suited for certain applications
- All the libraries are not easily available or compiled down to GraalVM binary. Manual Involvement is needed to make some libraries work. Reflection-based libraries specifically do not work.
- There are runtime surprises in some cases and increases support needs
Director in EngineeringFinancial Services Company, 10,001+ employees
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Awesome is all I have to say for the issues that happen in GraalVM. The people over at Github are very attentive and help a ton if any issues are found, Oracle support themselves are very helpful. My experience with them has always been a swift and easy support, something that other languages lack.
Contributor in Information TechnologyComputer Games Company, 1-10 employees
We have been in business since 1992, so we have used many different products over the years. The two other products we've primary used that are similar to ComponentOne, are Infragistics and Crystal Reports. Infragistics has a vast array of controls similar to ComponentOne. We use both to be honest and I'm not sure which one I would pick over the other. I guess that would depend on what you're trying to accomplish and if one had some control or capability that the other didn't. ComponentOne does have the reporting capabilities, where Infragistics does not.
Oracle GraalVM has been selected due to its ability to perform ahead-of time compilation by compiling JAVA code to native image which helps in scaling up the performance of the application startup and execution time, thus consuming low memory and CPU cycles. Also, supporting various languages apart from JAVA makes the VM more productive and powerful.
Consultant in Product ManagementRetail Company, 10,001+ employees
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- ComponentOne allows us to add additional features to our apps that wouldn't be found in apps written with just Visual Studio itself. That allows our clients to get more creative in their requirements, which in turn, means more work and billable hours for us!
- Our apps appear more professional when using ComponentOne which helps us get projects for new clients.
- ComponentOne also helps us to save clients some money since we are not having to develop things that it can do from scratch.
- Meeting the deadlines for our deliverables
- Increased interaction with the clients resulting in business growth & profit
- Flexibility for our developers to choose languages as per their expertise
Analyst in Product ManagementBanking Company, 51-200 employees
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