VSCode extension for Power BI Custom Visuals


Visual Studio Code Extension This Visual Studio Code extension adds the option to directly start and restart the PowerBI Visual tools (pbiviz) for developing Power BI Custom Visuals. Features Add 'build-in' support for pbiviz in Visual Studio Code. Ctrl+F8: Start pbiviz and load the Power BI Custom Visual Crtl+Shift+F8: Restart pbiviz and reload the new Power BI Custom Visual code Ctrl+F9: Stop pbiviz History 0.0.3 (August 6, 2016) [Bug] Fixed restart sequence to avoid 'race' conditions with child process. 0.0.2 (August 6, 2016) Initial release Links Visual Studio marketplace GitHub repository…

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Changelog Hierarchy Slicer


Hierarchy Slicer changelog Of the hierarchy slicer Power BI custom visualization the following versions are released with the following new features, changes and bug fixes. NOTE: All Power BI gallery visuals are distributed via the Azure CDN network and this will cause a delay of max a couple of days in delivering a new version. 0.7.9 - (24 August 2016) Adding search support Configurable selected item font color [Bug] Expand/collapse fixed in IE11 [Bug] Filter selection saves with report 0.7.4 - (19 July 2016) Expand and collapse hierarchy levels Multi-select available on all hierarchies Configurable font / size and background for items and header Filter hierarchy with a value [Bug] Filter selection saved with report 0.…

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Changelog Box and Whisker


Box and Whisker changelog Of the box and whisker custom visualization the following versions are released with the following new features, changes and bug fixes. 0.12.4 - (26 August 2016) CHANGED Some internal changes 0.12.3 - (29 July 2016) NEW Added formatting options to axis labels and data labels CHANGED Support for large datasets. (max +/- 50.000) Scaling labels/chart is improved Number/label formatting for date and currency added Legend is removed. 0.8.0 – (11 February 2016) NEW Added two different chart types: Tukey and fixed on 1.5IQR Option to show outliers if available Option to show datalabels CHANGED Y-axis values are now based on the minimum and maximum of the shown…

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Power BI visuals delivered via Azure CDN


Introduction Power BI has the ability to import custom visuals and use them in your reports and dashboards. This is a great option to extent the visual capabilities of Power BI without waiting before Microsoft is adding that visual capability. Even Microsoft has created a gallery of 'approved' visuals to be used with Power BI. First there visuals were uploaded and stored within the report, but this has recently changed with the introduction of the Azure CDN capabilities. Azure CDN Azure CDN (content delivery network) provided a distributed network with nodes all over the world and is able to distribute website content faster to users all over the world. All CDN nodes has it own storage to serve certain (static)…

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Power BI Hierarchy slicer


Hierarchy slicer The hierarchy slicer for Power BI provides the opportunity to simple select multiple members of different levels of a hierarchy as selection. The slicer can be used with an existing hierarchy or a manual created hierarchy. Example See here for an example if the embedded version is not working. Changelog See for the list of changes here. Future The following things are on the to-do list for a future release. The list is in a random order and sure not complete. [0.7.4] Expand / collapse levels [0.7.4] Style font size / color and background of items and header [0.7.4] Support for auto-created Power BI hierarchies, like date fields [0.7.4] Support for multi-select…

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