The CollectionView is a powerful tool for organizing data, and the new ComponentOne Xamarin Edition ships with a brand new version of the popular control. The C1CollectionView provides a method for grouping, sorting, and filtering data, and the newest release brings this powerful ability to many new platforms.
Financial Chart for MVC's Fibonacci tool can be used to mark an uptrend or a downtrend with one property.
This release we've made several improvements for mobile scenarios including adaptive column layouts in FlexGrid and touch-enabled line markers for FlexChart. Other new features include cell freezing and column resizing in FlexGrid and on-demand loading in CollectionView.
On-demand loading is a common technique in mobile apps where data is loaded in chunks as the user scrolls down a list in real time. If you’re developing a mobile app using Xamarin.Forms then you will find that on-demand loading is not supported for free – you have to implement it yourself. In this blog post I will show how you can use the Xuni CollectionView to provide on-demand loading for the Xamarin.Forms ListView control.
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Display data with a master detail relationship by transferring all data to the client. Part of a three-part series about using TagHelpers in ComponentOne Studio's MVC Edition.