There is frankly no good answer, because whichever tool you end up using will invariably mess up the code under it. I have not seen a single tool released in the past 14 years that was able to generate markup that could be considered acceptable.
In addition, most WYSIWYG editors are completely incapable of generating markup/CSS that works across browsers, ...
There's an Nuget package called Microsoft.SqlServer.Types that allows you to use spatial types in code.
Despite being shipped with the "SqlServer" name, the types are actually fully independent and can load WKT from other sources, or simple lat/lng if that's what you have.
I found this code example ...
Essential Grid for ASP.NET can be used to implement this, but each Grid has to be created separately as shown in this sample application. The sample application has two grids bound to SQL Datatable and use the QueryCellInfo event in common for both grids to change the background color of the cell based on the value.
Essential Studio is available for free ...
It's not pretty (yet) but I ended up using standard ASP.NET buttons created dynamically inside of panels, in lieu of a suitable control.
I create a Panel control in the code behind, and fill it with Button objects, one per row for the aisle, with zero padding. I added a label to act as a header with the aisle name. I repeat this process for each aisle.
Essential Chart for ASP.NET MVC supports multiple chart types including Bar charts and area charts.
The whole product is available for free through the community license if you qualify (less than 1 million USD in revenue).
I work for Syncfusion.
As far as I can say, a Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard license + 5 user CALs are required here.
cost less than an Azure A2 instance: The cost is ~630 EUR (Reichelt, German, at the time of writing).
Given you can buy hosting for ~25 EUR/mon (netcup, RS 4000 G7 at the time of writing), that saves you ~35 EUR/mon, which means you need to run it for 18 ...
The Syncfusion AutoComplete control can be used for displaying a list of suggestions from a database.
The whole product is available for free through the community license if you qualify.
Note: I work for Syncfusion.
Too long for a comment, so I will have to post this as an answer …
How many years do you have available for the project? Because it *will take years (at a rough guess, man-decades).
Spend a good few months coming up with requirements; then have someone review them (do you have a customer or end user?) .
Then spend longer on an architecture. Review.
The world’s most advanced open-source relational database is Postgres.
Quite full-featured, one of the databases most compliant with the SQL standard. Famed for its reliability and faithfulness in not losing your data. Enterprise-levels of quality and performance. Perhaps the best documentation in the industry. Its json-b data type outperforms the ...
There is a commercial Java API developed by an Independentsoft company www.independentsoft.de.
You can find a large number of examples of code and its implementation on their website. It was very helpful to me.
Syncfusion Essential Reports can be used to display Reports in ASP.NET MVC applications : Sample.
Reports can be exported to Word, Excel, PDF, PowerPoint and HTML.
Reports are serialized in Report Definition Language and can be created from within Visual Studio (RDLC) or using the Report Designer provided by Syncfusion.
The report viewer can be embedded ...
Syncfusion Dashboard is an end to end Dashboard and Business Intelligence solution.
Dashboards can be deployed with the dashboard server or embedded in your web application.
The Dashboard Platform available for free through the community license if you qualify (less than 1 million USD in revenue) and flat licensing is available even otherwise (...
There won't really be a definite answer to this, but hey, this is a recommendations web site. Here's my recommendation:
Just pick one. You put Vue at the top of your list. You know it's good. Everybody out there knows it's good. It was the hot rising star of 2017. Pick it and don't look back. Work that Vue until you know it inside and out.
Is Vue really ...