Just Launched mvc.devexpress.com - New ASP.NET MVC Extensions Demo Website

02 December 2010

Check out the new DevExpress ASP.NET MVC Extensions online now by going to:

http://mvc.devexpress.com

There are over 30 ASP.NET MVC Extensions in our first major ASP.NET MVC product release. You can see many of the major features by clicking on the image below:

DevExpress ASP.NET MVC Extensions Demo Website

Benefits

Check out the short 4 minute “New Demos and Themes” screencast which shows you the benefits of the new Demos and how to navigate them:


New DevExpress ASP.NET Themes and Demos

Learn

Get started creating DevExpress ASP.NET MVC Extension projects by:

  1. Use the simple “ASP.NET MVC 2 Web Application Project Template for VS2008 and VS2010” which sets up everything you need for references and such.
  2. Watch the “Getting Started with GridView Extension in ASP.NET MVC” screencast.
  3. Enjoy the benefits and features of a powerful MVC Extensions in your ASP.NET MVC web projects.

 

Then drop me a line below with your thoughts on the new DevExpress ASP.NET MVC Demos website. Thanks!

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2 comment(s)
Michael Aparicio

I started playing with these controls today and they are all excellent. Also, thank you for providing the sample project to your demo website. It helps when trying to understand how to use the controls when there is little documentation on them. That being said, I do have a small suggestion. If you could create your sample projects using the same guidelines you provide in your HowTo instructions (documentation.devexpress.com) that would be of great help. Especially when trying to compare why something works in your sample project but not in ours.

A small example of what I mean might help clarify my suggestion.  In the documentation, it states we should use the following code Html.DevExpress().RenderScripts within the MasterPage to attach the client scripts. But, I cannot find this declaration anywhere in your sample project. Which makes me question whether I need to or not.

Anyways, it might be a lame suggestion but it might help some of us who are not DevExpress MVPs :)

Thanks for the wonderful products.

2 December, 2010
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

Michael,

Thank you!

We are planning several videos, webinars, and documentation updates soon that will help you with our MVC extensions.

The RenderScripts are necessary. If you use the new DevExpress MVC project template in v2010.2 then you'll find this declaration in master page.

In our online demos at mvc.devexpress.com, we use a master page that also calls a partial page that contains the RenderScripts call.

In general the RenderScripts helps register the necessary scripts to the page.

Again thanks for your support!

2 December, 2010

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