ASP.NET Grid View - Data Range Filter, Adaptivity and More (Coming soon in v15.2)

ASP.NET Team Blog
10 November 2015

In the v15.2 release, we've added powerful new capability and features to the DevExpress ASP.NET Grid View control. And I'm happy to announce that these features are available for both ASP.NET WebForms and MVC versions of our GridView!

Responsive & Adaptive!

This release ships with new options that make your web grid application responsive. Our ASP.NET GridView can now automatically adapt its UI based on the screen size (resize UI elements, hide cells of small columns, switch from a table to a card layout on smaller screens, etc.).

Date Range Header Filter

Two new representation modes inspired by Microsoft Windows Explorer are now available for the GridView's date column header filter dropdown. You can define a date range using a calendar or date editors. In both modes, the filter dropdown displays a customizable list of check boxes that allow you to select common date intervals: 'Last week', 'Last month', 'Last year', etc.

Conditional Formatting

With this release, our ASP.NET GridView supports Microsoft Excel inspired conditional formatting of individual cells. Your end-users can now highlight critical information, compare data, visualize trends by using data bars, color scales or icons. Format conditions applied to data cells can also be exported to PDF, RTF, XLS and XLSX.

Truncated Cell Values

Our ASP.NET GridView can now automatically truncate cell values if they don't fit into cell width. To indicate that the text is clipped, the grid displays an ellipsis ('...'). Point the mouse cursor over an ellipsis to display a tooltip with the full text.

DevExpress ASP.NET GridView - Text Ellipsis

Improved EditForm Layout Designer

This release ships with the improved EditForm Designer available at design time. Its new features include:

  • Ability to move layout items via drag and drop.
  • Ability to assign a nested control to an item via a context menu.

Sign up now to see the improved layout designer in the upcoming webinar.

Register for v15.2 webinar

To see all the new features coming out for the v15.2 release, sign up for the "v15.2: What's New for ASP.NET Developers":

Click here to register

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7 comment(s)
Ian Pook
Ian Pook

Completely awesome!

11 November, 2015
Basit Sarguroh
Basit Sarguroh

Thanks Mehul,

Look really really good, its look like using DataExplorer iOS control.

One question if i use HTTP/2 then it even more faster?

Thanks

Basit.

11 November, 2015
Mo cisse
Mo cisse

Great Job Mehul!

12 November, 2015
Birol Coskun
Birol Coskun

Date Range Header Filter is great news !

18 November, 2015
Baila Paluch
Baila Paluch

waiting for the responsive, so glad you've done a nice job of it!

30 November, 2015
MuhammadAli
MuhammadAli

Is it possible to implement similar date features showing Period (today, yesterday etc.) on Date Range Picker?

3 October, 2016
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

Muhammad, it might be, please contact our support team and they can help you:

www.devexpress.com/.../Create

3 October, 2016

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