You can embed dashboards and other views, individual visualizations, a self-service dashboard creation experience and more into your own web application, including iframeless support.

The embed library is designed to make embedding any part of the application into web pages and web applications easy.

This article shows how to build and run a sample web application that embeds the application using both server-side code and the embed library.

When embedding a dashboard, report, or other view inside another application, you can pass parameter/filter values via the URL query string.

This article explains how to enable and use Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS). This allows your web application to communicate with the Dundas or Logi Symphony APIs or embedded application even from a different domain.

This article will show how to import and export projects and settings using the API.

This article demonstrates how to get started with the .NET API using C# in Visual Studio.

This article will guide you through exporting a dashboard, report, or other view type to PDF and then saving it to a file using the REST API.

This article shows how to insert custom web content onto a specific dashboard and pass it data, when you don't want to add a new type of control to the toolbar.

This article shows how a custom JavaScript library can be integrated into a dashboard or view.

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