ASP.NET Card View - Conditional Formatting, Batch Editing and More (Coming soon in v15.2)

ASP.NET Team Blog
11 November 2015

Earlier in 2015, we showed you a preview version of the Card View layout. I'm happy to announce that in the v15.2 release, we have a new control: the DevExpress ASP.NET CardView control (ASPxCardView):

The ASP.NET Card View control is packed with functionality and includes these great new features:

  • Adaptive & Responsive
  • Batch Editing & Updating
  • Conditional Formatting
  • Export to PDF, XLS, XLSX and RTF Formats
  • Selected Records Export
  • Large Database Support (Server Mode)
  • Conditional Formatting Export
  • Header Panel
  • Total Summary
  • Endless Paging
  • Date Range Header Filter
  • Filter Control
  • Ellipsis with tooltips in cell texts
  • Design-Time Card Layout Editor allows you to build a Microsoft Outlook inspired Contacts View with integrated data shaping and editing capabilities.

There's way too much to show about this control in just this blog post so be sure to sign up the upcoming webinar below.

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":

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Geert Depickere
Geert Depickere

This control covers lots of use cases.

I hope it also supports touch (e.g. swipe to scroll) so that it can be used as an alternative to a grid on smaller screens (see also the new responsive behaviour of the grid).

Adding "group by" would make it even more complete...

14 November 2015

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