Posts tagged with 'flexgrid'
While React has only recently risen to front-end web development ubiquity, data grids have been one of the most common visual software elements since the advent of UIs themselves. The popularity of React and commodity of data grids means there are a plethora of options for adding one to your application. FlexGrid included with GrapeCity's Wijmo is the best plug-and-play data grid for React.
The new FlexGrid control in ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin has many new features for users coming from Xuni. The control not only boasts a notably cleaner architecture with performance improvements, but it also allows a much richer experience through a number of small additions to our previous platform. In this article we'll take a look at some of the highlights of the new version of FlexGrid.
In our last article, we discussed changing the styling a FlexGrid's cell font using the CellFactory. Here, we'll further examine styling a selected cell using the CreateCellContentMethod.
In our last article, we discussed changing the background color settings for the cell by rewriting the ApplyCellStyles method, and setting the Border's Background property. This article covers another aspect of styling: how to set the cell font.
One of the most asked questions for the FlexGrid is how to set the style of the cell (including the foreground color and background color). Normally, we implement the style settings through the FlexGrid's CellFactory by overriding the ApplyCellStyles method. This article introduces you to using the FlexGrid’s CellFactory and provides an example of how to set a specific cell style using FlexGrid.
Since WPF's first release, people keep discussing whether its performance is comparable with WinForms, or whether this platform will eventually die. Now we're seeing the same questions about UWP. Let's try to answer with actual data about our FlexGrid performance.
We're pleased to announce GrapeCity's November 2016 v3 release!
From time to time we have support requests about search in FlexGrid for WinForms, and I'm glad to share that the 2016 v3 release fills this gap in out-of-the-box functionality.
One of the frequently asked questions about FlexGrid control is how to add ComboBox to a grid cell. FlexGrid features a special class that allows you to do this automatically.
Xuni 2016 v2.5 adds a new CellLongPressed event to the FlexGrid control. This article takes a look at usage and potential application.
Xuni 2016 v2.5 introduces an easier mechanism for embedding custom UIViews into your FlexGrid cells. This article explains how to use NativeControlGridCellFactory to create this type of custom cell.
The 2016 Rio Olympics are now well underway, and GrapeCity the occasion is commemorating by providing a Medal Tracker web app using our sister product Wijmo. For Xuni, we've developed a Xamarin.Forms sample that has many of the same features.
It's about 10 years since the first official release of WPF. We started our XAML development almost at the same time. Even with such a long history, we're still trying to improve: have we really succeeded in creating fast, flexible controls? I wasn't able to find any good WPF datagrid performance comparison out there, only a few old discussions about now-defunct controls. This benchmark is an attempt to review our strong and weak points comparing with different data grids on the market in several key use cases.
With the recent release of Xamarin Edition in ComponentOne Studio, you'll find there are many reasons you'll want to try the new native mobile controls, especially our native mobile grid.
The ChartBuilder app in the App Store, Google play and Windows Store has recently been updated to version 2.0. This version addressed some critical issues and added pie chart support.
The first Xuni release of 2016 is finally here! We've packed a lot into this release including a new calendar control that fills a major gap in the standard toolkits, as well as several major enhancements for FlexGrid and FlexChart. Each feature we've added delivers new functionality and helps improve the mobile experience in some way. And as always, everything new in this release is supported in all the Xuni platforms: iOS, Android, Xamarin.Forms, Xamarin.Android, and Xamarin.iOS.