New TreeList Widget - HTML 5 Client-Side JavaScript - DevExtreme (v17.1)

In the v17.1 DevExtreme release, we're introducing a new HTML 5 client-side TreeList widget!

The TreeList is a widget that displays data from a local or remote source in the form of a multi-column tree view. Basically, the TreeList has almost all the features and functionality of the excellent DevExtreme DataGrid but in a tree-style (i.e. hierarchical) layout:

DevExtreme TreeList

We also offer the TreeView widget, which is great for navigation purposes, but a TreeList is richer and provides more powerful features like data editing.

Features

The TreeList is packed with the following features:

  • Powerful databinding – the TreeList supports binding to data sources containing hierarchical or plain data.
  • Virtual mode and virtual scrolling – the TreeList can show large amount of data with good performance
  • Data Editing and Input Validation
  • Data Filtering and Search
  • Data Sorting
  • Single and Multiple Row Selection
  • Fixed and Band columns
  • Column Chooser
  • Column Resizing and Reordering
  • Keyboard Navigation, Right-To-Left and WAI-ARIA support
  • Adaptability
  • And more...

Get Started

Watch this five and half minute video that shows you how to get started with the new DevExtreme TreeList widget:

Angular, ASP.NET MVC, .NET Core, & More

DevExtreme widgets integrate well with frameworks and libraries like Angular, jQuery, ASP.NET MVC, and more.

DevExtreme Integration

What do you think about the new DevExtreme TreeList widget? Drop me a line below.

Email: mharry@devexpress.com

Twitter: @mehulharry


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5 comment(s)

it's a great news,good job, Thanks.

3 May, 2017

Well done guys!

3 May, 2017

when Reactjs will be supported?

4 May, 2017

This looks great!

We will definitely implement this when it becomes available.

4 May, 2017

@Ahmed,

Please sign up for our upcoming webinar to see and hear about React support:

attendee.gotowebinar.com/.../3063281558670908162

4 May, 2017

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