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Windward Supported Programming Languages


About Windward’s Reporting Solutions

The Windward Reporting Solution is ideal for commercial software developers, IT consultants, enterprises, or system integrators who need to add reporting and document generation functionality to their desktop, online, SaaS or mobile products.

The Windward Java, .NET, and RESTful engines integrate quickly and cleanly into your process. Non-developer end users then use the Windward AutoTag design tool to create report templates in Microsoft Office, a tool they already know. Users run and distribute those reports when and where they want, in widely used and widely accepted formats.

Partial Language List

These languages are fully supported by Windward, but remember — it is possible to integrate Windward into virtually any application regardless of language. You can create:

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Catapult: Learn Windward in Your Language

Integrating the Engine into your app has never been easier. After installing the Windward Engine, you’ll have the ability to launch Catapult, an application whose sole purpose is to provide you with application samples designed to teach you how to use the Engine in your programming language of choice. The Engine version you install affects the available languages, so if you don’t see your language, contact us and we’d be happy to assist you.

Windward’s Language Flexibility

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For over 10 years, Windward has lead the industry with our world-class document generation platform that creates visually stunning, data-powered documents designed exactly the way users want and are created in a fraction of the time and cost compared to existing solutions. Proudly located in Boulder, Colorado, Windward Studios is the premier solution for developers and business users adding reporting and document generation capabilities to their applications in over 70 countries around the world.


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