Webinar: Dynamically Build Dashboards in C# with a Document Object Model

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As data keeps on taking over the world, more and more organizations are turning to dashboards to help them make sense of it all.

But building a dashboard that meets your specific needs can be daunting.

...especially if you don’t know where to start.

In this webinar, we'll explore how you can use a Document Object Model (DOM) approach to build powerful dashboards in your C# applications.

We'll go through everything from data integration to visual design and share tips and best practices on how to build powerful, custom dashboards for optimal performance.

The webinar will cover:  

  • The basics of the Document Object Model (DOM) approach
  • How to use DOM to dynamically build and manipulate dashboard elements
  • How to integrate the DOM approach in your C# applications

By the end of this webinar, you’ll have the know-how to leverage DOM to build powerful and flexible embedded analytics dashboards in C#.

About the presenters

Casey McGuigan

Casey McGuigan has a BA in mathematics and an MBA, bringing a data analytics and business perspective to Infragistics. Casey is the Product Manager for Reveal, the company's embedded BI software, and was instrumental in its product development, market analysis and go-to-market strategy. She’s been at Infragistics since 2013.

Jason Beres

As the Sr. VP of Developer Tools at Infragistics, Jason Beres and his team spearhead the customer-driven, innovative features and functionality throughout all Infragistics' testing, developer and user experience products. Jason works directly with Infragistics customers around the globe to ensure that their needs are met through our products and roadmaps. He is a former Microsoft .NET MVP, and he is the author of several books on software development, covering topics like SQL Server, C#, Visual Basic, Rich Client and Web Development. Jason is a national and international conference speaker and keeps very active in the developer and UX community. You can follow Jason at @jasonberes on Twitter.