Video: How To Display Images Directly From The Database

ASP.NET Team Blog
20 October 2008

Check out the latest ASPxBinaryImage video that shows you how to use this new control. The ASPxBinaryImage control displays images direct from the database. And in this video and screencast, you’ll see:

  • The complexity of displaying database images when using an IMG tag
  • The simplicity of using an ASPxBinaryImage to display database images

The control will be available in the next major release of DXperience and ASPxGridView & Editors Library. Click on the image below to check out the short 5 minute ASPxBinaryImage video and then let me know if this will help you to show more images on your websites.

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9 comment(s)
Steven Rasmussen
Steven Rasmussen

Pretty cool!!!  Are there properties for size, display mode (zoom, stretch, etc)?  What would be really cool is if you could 'right click' on it and be able to upload an image if an image did not already exist, or if you simply wanted to change the image to a different one.... v2009.1 maybe... :)

20 October, 2008
Christopher Todd
Christopher Todd

Will it support AJAX?

22 October, 2008
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

Hi Chris,

Yes, it supports clientside API and can be used with our callbacks.

22 October, 2008
A477718
A477718

HI ,what is API

30 October, 2008
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

API == Application Programming Interface

en.wikipedia.org/.../API

31 October, 2008
Anonymous
Bhushan

well that was a nice video.... I want to know whether it will work with Dotnet 2005...

neways thnks a lot..

5 November, 2008
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

Hi Bhushan,

Thanks and yes, the ASPxBinaryImage control should work fine in VS2005.

5 November, 2008
Anonymous
Hakim M.Rahumi

ASPxBinaryImage to display database images can display write to left

screen.

Thanks.

28 January, 2009
Anonymous
Hari

Lenience is required for that.

21 May, 2009

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