TIBCO, an infrastructure and business intelligence software innovator announced today the launch of TIBCO Jaspersoft® 6 which will arm developers to rapidly build and embed interactive dashboards for richer contextual analytics for users across their desktop and mobile devices.

“The dashboards in Jaspersoft 6 are exactly what we were looking for. The focus on simplicity, ease of access to data and improved layout will make it easier than ever for our customers to create powerful executive dashboards,” vouched Kenton Gray, chief technical officer, iOffice. “Combined with the new REST integration options, we can now customize Jaspersoft for our application to create a seamless user experience.”

It uses the Visualize.js, Jaspersoft® 6 JavaScript framework assisting developers without relying on iFrames thus making dashboards “the fabric of web applications.” Apart from this it comes with an improved native mobile app.

“Since launching our popular Visualize.js framework for reports earlier this year, we knew customers would expect the simplicity and flexibility of JavaScript for their dashboards,” explained Brian Gentile, senior vice president and general manager, TIBCO Analytics, in a statement.

“With Jaspersoft 6, developers not only get greater control over their embedded dashboard thanks to the Visualize.js framework, but they can now quickly build and edit them using the new designer,” he further added.

Other new features of the release are:

  • Highly customizable dashboards which can be uniquely branded, manually connected to data sources and easily filtered to show the most relevant content for a user.
  • Pluggable JavaScript charting component will allow report developers to enrich their reports by plugging in their own charting libraries such as D3.js, HighCharts with the new pluggable visualization component for TIBCO Jaspersoft® Studio.

New report workbooks enable ease of use for large complex reports through the help of a new tabbed report workbook and table of contents viewer.

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