Getting Started with DevExpress ASP.NET–Build a WebForms App in minutes

15 May 2013

Check out these great getting-started tutorial videos for the DevExpress ASP.NET product suite.

DevExpress ASP.NET Getting Started Video Tutorials

Build and deploy in minutes

By watching these videos, you’ll learn the complete basics of how-to:

1. Create a new web project (with layout)
2. Drop a DevExpress ASP.NET control
3. Setup the control from the designer and the source view (Databind, Themes, & more)
4. Deploy the solution

And all of the major DevExpress ASP.NET controls are covered:

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You will smile :-)

When you learn how easy it is to get started with DevExpress ASP.NET, you will smile because you’ll be ready to create and deploy fast, beautiful, and powerful ASP.NET web applications.

One of the biggest hurdles in adopting any new user interface technology is during the early phases when you may not be familiar enough with the library to even do the simplest of operations, like configuring the controls or databinding. So, myself, a few devs, and our excellent video production team have created the best set of “Getting started” videos in DevExpress history to help ease you into getting the most of our ASP.NET products.

Try it yourself

First, watch the videos. Then, try it for yourself in your Visual Studio with DevExpress installed. That is the best way to learn.

We’d love to hear your feedback so please let us know. Thanks!

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1 comment(s)
Michael Hills

These are excellent videos

However - I do miss the old video library you used to have

It was so easy to find these videos

I have just started working with MVC and also with WPF and I find trying to find your videos on youtube is impossible

Im sure you are saving money but at a great cost to developers trying to discover new technologies

I am waiting for 13.1 with bated breath

Thank you

20 May, 2013

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