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Our customers have asked us how to show multiple columns of the bound data source in the single tooltip for bound Wijmo Charts. So this blog post is for all those customers.
ComponentOne has recently released its latest and greatest in ASP.Net controls, ASP.Net Wijmo. In the spotlight now is ComponentOne's TreeView. If you have used the older control (ASP.Net Ajax) then you will know of some of the cool features that will come packaged. The Wijmo control features:
ComponentOne has recently released its latest and greatest in ASP.Net controls, ASP.Net Wijmo. In the spotlight now is ComponentOne's Accordion. If you have used the older control (ASP.Net AJAX) then you will know of some of the cool features that will come packaged. The Wijmo control features:
Check out this fun video that tells the story of our new Web Stack. We have one technology -Wijmo- that is extended in WebForms, MVC and jQuery. Use the programming-style of your choice to build web apps. We even make it easy for you to move from one to the other and use the same knowledge. You can also learn more about our Web Stack.
Yesterday was the big Windows 8 announcement we have all been waiting for. The team and I are here at the Build conference to see it first hand. Last night they gave us tablets pre-loaded with Windows 8 Developer Preview and Visual Studio 11 Preview.
A lot of buzz is there around our Wijmo Products. So I also thought to follow the league, write something related to it and then we had a user coming up with a query like how to validate C1WijWizard. Exact scenario was to validate the controls inside C1WIjWizard while navigating between pages inside C1WijWizard.
Thank you to everyone who attended my webcast today, I apologize for the audio issues at the beginning. Literally three minutes prior to starting, we had to switch from the phone to VOIP, and the last second handoff did not go as smooth as it could have. Live presentations are always exciting.
A customer came to us with requirement of firing a 'PostBack' on clicking button present inside C1Dialog. This sounds really easy. However on trying the same one will be really amazed to see that 'PostBack' just not happen while clicking the button.
Many of our customers have asked us whether it is possible to handle multitap to zoom in/out the C1ViewPort content. The ComponentOne WebIPhone library does not contain any event to handle multitap on the control/device.
When I first learned about the “Metro” design theme, it made me laugh. I thought man, we’re going full circle back to the days of simple, monochromatic designs, aren’t we? I’m not too young to remember applications that looked like these (many still do):
In a previous job, when we'd build LOB applications, we'd start with an understanding of the data, and build out the database, then the application. In LightSwitch, you again start by building a model of your database and work up to your application. In the little amount of time I've worked with LightSwitch, I've found three things to keep in mind when designing your databases. There will no doubt be more tips, but here are my first three:
Recently we released Studio Enterprise 2011 v2. This release was monumental for how many new and improved Web dev tools we included. It was the launch of our new ASP.NET Web Stack.
St. Louis Day of .NET was the debutante ball for Microsoft's LightSwitch--LightSwitch was released just the prior week, and Jay Schmelzer was on hand to deliver the keynote address.