Posts tagged with 'studio-for-asp-net'
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.
With the release of Studio ASP.NET Wijmo 2014 v2 we introduced the ComponentOne Sparkline control. Sparklines are a popular way of showing inline trends or trends inside data aware controls. A particular usage is to show sales or profit trends. In this blog post we will see how to work with the Sparkline control both when unbound and when embedded in a grid.
A few weeks ago we shared with you the introduction of two new Studio suites, Studio for WinRT XAML and Studio for WinJS. Now we have even more exciting news, these new Studio’s are now part of the Studio Enterprise family of products. Studio Enterprise has been enhanced and its line-up includes:
- Compact Framework
- Visual Studio
- Studio for ASP.NET
- Entity Framework
- Studio for Silverlight
- Windows Phone
- Studio for Entity Framework
- Windows 8
- WinRT XAML
- Windows Store
- industry news
Many customers face problems while running our ComponentOne Studio installers on VS2010 Express. When the installer is launched, a message is shown that you need to Install Visual Studio 2010 and the .Net 4.0 framework.
Our release of two Wijmo-powered ASP.NET studios represents a new day in ASP.NET development, and I’m particularly excited about our Studio for ASP.NET Wijmo. Server controls have been a staple of ASP.NET WebForms development since its inception, and we’ve rewritten our ASP.NET WebForms components to use our Wijmo jQuery UI widgets. Studio for ASP.NET Wijmo contains over 45 controls, including interactive SVG charts(bar, line and pie), a supercharged GridView, and an SSRS-compatible report viewer. To truly experience these components, visit the live demo at http://demo.componentone.com/ASPNET/ControlExplorer/. Try it on any browser, even an iPad. You can build cross-browser, cross-platform applications using the ASP.NET WebForms skills you have.