How To Deploy DevExpress ASP.NET Themes

Check out this short 4 minute ASPxThemeDeployer video that shows you how to use the new ASP.NET theme deployment tool:

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The video shows you how to:

  • Launch the ASPxThemeDeployer
  • Use and set the options
  • Deploy Themes to your project and/or solution
  • Change Themes From The Web.Config

The new ASP.NET theme tool is available now in the latest DXperience release.

This looks liek a useful tool.

One other tool I think would be very useful would be some way of scanning the app for devexpress dependencies and including them in a folder that we can then upload to the web.

Uploading these files individually can be a real pain every time DX do an update.

12 February, 2009

Great! That should save me a lot of time!!

Mehul, maybe you can explain why there are themes that only cover a few controls. Some seem nice, but aren't complete enough to consider using. My only complaint about Aqua is that the round panels need a little color. The feed back I got from users was that the page looked washed out due to all of the white. And I'm not about to go messing around with the CSS.

John, I don't know if this will help but I generally go into the References and set the copy local option to true and it gets copied over when I publish.

12 February, 2009

Thanks John,

We'll discuss the idea. I also recommend creating a suggestion in the support center:

www.devexpress.com/.../CreateIssue.aspx

12 February, 2009

Thanks Christopher,

I'll look into the themes question. And thanks for the Aqua theme feedback, I'll pass it onto our design team.

12 February, 2009
pete

I was under the impression there was already a request for all the themes to cover the full set of controls. Maybe I'm wrong but I certainly would like that. There not exactly a requirement but neither are win forms skins, end users like these touches though.

13 February, 2009
Ashish Sehra

How can i change the loading image in gridview which comes when i change the page of grid

30 March, 2009

Hello Ashish,

You can change it using the ASPxGridView.Images.LoadingPanel property. You can also customize this element's style via the ASPxGridView.Styles.LoadingPanel.

30 March, 2009

I’ve mentioned before about how the DXperience 2009 volume 2 release packs all the DevExpress ASP.NET

24 July, 2009

How I Can Use ASPxTheme v 12.1 and I Want Download This ASPxTheme v 12.1.DDL

3 October, 2012

Mohamed,

Please contact our support team and they can help you:

www.devexpress.com/.../Create

Thanks.

3 October, 2012

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