This article describes the Dundas BI extension format.
This sample shows how to create a custom data provider, connecting to Twitter as an example. This allows Dundas BI users to create a data connector that uses this provider.
This sample shows how to create a custom data cube transform. This transform contains inputs, outputs, and settings, and implements a custom UI that shows and hides elements based on what settings are being used.
This sample will create a custom data cube transform that uses Google's Distance Matrix API web service to calculate the travel distance and time between locations.
This sample shows how to create a custom formula.
This sample will show how to create a custom control that users can add to dashboards and other views just like built-in components. This is part 1 of 2, where the focus will be on a control that does not bind directly to Dundas BI data.
This sample will show how to add a custom data visualization control to Dundas BI. This is part 2 of 2, where the focus will be on a control that binds to data from a metric set.
This sample shows how to add custom export formats and notification delivery methods such as posting to Slack channels.
This sample shows how to create custom application configuration settings.
This sample shows how to create a custom accounts provider to manage user accounts and authentication. This is an alternative to using Dundas BI local accounts, using an Active Directory server (Windows), or setting up federated authentication to use a third-party identity provider.