Reporting tool for software developers to integrate reporting functions in desktop, web and cloud applications. Made for development environments such as .NET, C#, Delphi, C++, ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, .NET Core etc. Supports a variety of data sources.
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Pro Good support and documentation
Very clear documentation with many examples, quick international support in good English.
Pro Easy to integrate
Pro Best report designer
Pro Excellent PDF export
Minimal file size, great quality.
Pro Huge variety of barcodes and objects for reports and lists
You can place almost everything in your reports and lists.
Pro Very helpful staff
Tech support during evaluation has been incredibly helpful.
Pro Longterm stability - LTS versions available
Made to be integrated in other software products.
Pro Incredible .NET component
Incredibly good .NET component that comes with numerous data providers and is super easy to use - only a few lines of code are needed to create reports!
Pro Web report designer available
Development took its time. But it was worth the wait.
Pro Good resources, documentation and tutorials
Helped me a lot to get up and running.
Pro All reporting features with the integration of one tool
Pro Language kits available
Including Italian, French, English (of course), German, Spanish, Japanese, Czech and many more.
Pro Full support for .NET 6
And everything else like Win11, Win Server 2022 and RAD Studio 11.
Pro Never missed any type of chart or graph
Pro Interactive preview
Pro Performance is great
Neat usage of CPU power, reliable even in extreme multithreaded environments.
Pro Independent of Windows Printer Driver (great for Azure cloud use)
Pro Cross platform
The Report server can be used for cross-platform reporting on Windows, Linux, macOS, Android and iOS clients.
Pro Best of Breed Featureset
List & Label by far has the richest feature set among reporting solutions. It can do virtually anything, the forum and vendor support are very helpful, too.
Con Not free
Unfortunately, List & Label is not open source but comes with a price tag. If you can spend the bucks, it's highly recommended, though.
Con Documentation is somewhat weak
Could provide more samples and real life scenarios. Learning curve is a bit steep. Once you get your head around it its really easy to use.