Posts tagged with 'grids'
The general trend in the .NET world is interoperability, and we at GrapeCity see this continuing in 2018. Keeping this central to our future product planning, we'll continue to innovate and strengthen existing products.
ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin has seen a lot of changes of the past year, and we’ll continue to see improvements to our control suite based on your feedback. With .NET Standard, Xaml Standard, and support for new platforms coming to Xamarin there are plenty of exciting developments right over the horizon.
Excel-like Appearance and Behavior
Creating iTunes-like interfaces with TreeGrids, schedules with custom cells, a calendar, and even Sudoku.
The GridView for ASP.NET Wijmo has gone through some fine tuning in the last couple of releases. We have been working hard to add new features and at the same time improving the performance of the GridView. As a result the Grid is now more compact with optimized browser payload and faster initialization. Let's see the performance centered changes one by one and how you can benefit by just switching on or off a few properties.
Last week, I did a webcast on building Grids with Wijmo and ASP.NET MVC. If you didn’t get a chance to see it, the video should be available soon. However, this blog post is designed to tell you everything you need to know about using Wijmo Grids in your applications.
We recently pushed an update to our WijMarket sample, implementing an example of implementing Master and Detail grids in Wijmo. You can check out the sample here. Also, I recommend doing a View Source on the page to see what’s going on overall. This demo comes apart of the Studio for MVC Wijmo download.
Grids are one of the most commonly sought after plugins for web sites. There are a huge variety of them out there, and they all work a little bit differently. Grids and visualizations have been something ComponentOne has been doing for a long time, and we pride ourselves in our ability to give you easy solutions that will impress.