Windows Forms Excel Framework
Import and export Microsoft Excel workbooks in high-fidelity. This compiled assembly reads and writes in the widely-interoperable XLS/XLSX/XML file format. With absolutely no Excel dependency or installation necessary, your desktop application can run completely independent of Excel.Download Windows Forms Samples
Excel with No Excel
Bring the portability of workbook files compatible with Microsoft Excel 2010 file formats (.XLS, .XLSX and .XML) that run completely independently of Excel.
Read or Write XML
Use the compiled assembly to read existing Excel files from the user's local system. Or, generate new Excel files and save them in the widely-compatible .XLS, .XLSX and .XML formats.
This is neither a wrapper around native OLE file system libraries, nor a callback to server-side code.
Workbook Object Model
Represents the gamut of Excel objects available, including workbooks, worksheets, cells, formulas, and more (only Bitmap backgrounds are supported at this time).
A sparkline is a small chart in a worksheet cell that provides a visual representation of data. With the sparkline chart, you can show trends in a series of values (ex. seasonal increases or decreases), display economic cycles, and/or highlight maximum and minimum values. Add sparklines to Excel with one line of code using the Infragistics Excel Library. After creating a sparkline, the Infragistics Excel Library provides an intuitive API for styling your sparkline to meet your visualization needs.
Create dashboard reports that visualize data in a clear and digestible manner with support for 70 chart types. The Excel Charting API provides complete control over chart rendering with the ability to include a legend, a title, axis titles, and a vast number of options for styling (gridlines, tick marks, colors and more).