About the Author

Bernardo de Castilho

Bernardo de Castilho leads GrapeCity's technical direction as the company's Chief Technology Officer. Before gaining more than 20 years of experience in the software industry, Bernardo earned a doctorate in Civil Engineering at UC Berkeley. He loves the diversity of a global company like GrapeCity, as well as the challenges and freedoms that come with working on the cutting edge of software development. When he's not working, Bernardo enjoys travelling, biking, and scuba diving.

Latest Posts

Dynamic Template Literals

In the 2019 v3 release, we added a cellTemplate property to the FlexGrid columns. This property allows developers to use template literal expressions to generate content for cells.

November 17, 2019

Column Groups in FlexGrid 2019 v3

The latest release of the FlexGrid adds support for column groups. This article discusses all of the new enhancements for v3.

November 13, 2019

Improved Typing Support in Wijmo v3

For v3, we did some extensive refactoring to leverage the latest improvements in TypeScript to improve typing support.

November 13, 2019

Overflowing Cells in Data Grids using CSS

Here, we use a CSS variable with overflowing cells in FlexGrid.

November 13, 2019

Build a Customizable JavaScript Data Grid in Minutes

In this article, we'll use Wijmo's FlexGrid to build a customizable JavaScript data grid in minutes.

October 1, 2019

.NET Wrappers for Using JavaScript Components in Blazor - WijmoBlazor

This article discusses WijmoBlazor - a set of .NET classes that wrap Wijmo controls so they can be used in Blazor.

August 27, 2019

Easy Undo Redo with Wijmo

This post outlines Wijmo's undo and redo actions.

July 23, 2019

Wijmo Supports Template Literals

This tutorial reviews how to utilize Wijmo's template literals.

July 23, 2019

Create Data Visualizations in JavaScript with CollectionView

This tutorial reviews how to prepare data to create charts, graphs, gauges, and maps.

May 13, 2019

Template Literals Formatting and Globalization

This article discusses how to use template literals.

April 26, 2019