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  • ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit - New Release v16.1 and GitHub Hosted!

    A new release of the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit, v16.1, is now available. We've included new features and several bug fixes.

    One Year Anniversary

    Today marks the one year anniversary since DevExpress released the first version of the updated ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit:

    March 2015 - Announcing the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit - v15.1

    And it has been one and half years since we took over maintenance (and care) of the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit:

    September 2014 - LONG LIVE The Ajax Control Toolkit - Open Source and now maintained by DevExpress

    As we continue to fix and improve the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit, we would like to encourage more developer interaction with this open-source library. So it's time to make a major move to help the library:

    Hello Github, Goodbye CodePlex

    The ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit respository has now officially moved from CodePlex to Github.

    DevExpress ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit GitHub

    https://github.com/DevExpress/AjaxControlToolkit/

    We chose Github because it is a great community of open-source developers and projects. And because the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit is an open-source project, we would love to have more developers get involved and submit their code.

    If you have never used GitHub then take a look at their free great getting started guide: GitHub Bootcamp

    Documentation

    The documentation has been ported and is now hosted on GitHub as well:

    ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit Documentation

    Issues

    The CodePlex page will now be mostly deactivated with redirect links to GitHub. If you need to report an issue, please use GitHub:

    How To Report An Issue

    Download v16.1

    You can download the latest release here:

    ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit v16.1

    Click the download button above and the get the latest bits.

    Or use the Nuget package: ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit Nuget package

    Or download the installer and/or source from GitHub:

    What's New in v16.1:

    1. Features and improvements:

    All controls

    • Item 27943 - Creating a сustom сontrol tutorial
    • Item 27968 - Creating a custom localization (with tutorial)

    ComboBox

    • Item 27952 - New ComboBox selectedIndexChanged event HtmlEditorExtender
    • Item 26985 - Paste from MS Word (with cleanup) in HtmlEditorExtender

    Rating

    2. Bug fixes:

    All controls

    • Item 27973 - array.indexOf(item,start) not supported < IE9
    • Item 27873 - CSS WebResource link can't be properly generated in an inherited control
    • Item 27954 - Script duplication when using config bundle

    Accordion

    • Item 27975 - Accordion Breaks child UpdatePanel with UpdateMode = Conditional

    AjaxFileUpload

    • Item 27754 - AjaxFileUpload control doesn't work with ASP routing

    CalendarExtender

    • Item 15017 - CalendarExtender decrements date in "later" time zones
    • Item 28005 - Calendar footer text wraps outside popup bounds

    Charts

    • Item 28003 - Pie chart and Bar chart backcolor
    • Item 28017 - LineChart breaks when all values are zero

    ComboBox

    • Item 25711 - ComboBox issues with tabbing
    • Item 27304 - ComboBox NullReferenceException after CheckBox postback with ComboBox inside <% if { } %> in markup
    • Item 27480 - ComboBox weird behavior in Firefox
    • Item 28012 - Pressing Enter key on selecting item in ComboBox causes postback

    CDN

    Hosting

    • Item 27845 - Load exception in Medium trust hosting

    HtmlEditorExtender

    • Item 27168 - HtmlEditorExtender Cut, Copy & Paste icons do not always show
    • Item 27197 - HtmlEditorExtender - edit text outside generated div
    • Item 27206 - HtmlEditorExtender - when creating a link, certain text causes malfunction
    • Item 27240 - HtmlEditorExtender loses content after postback in IE9
    • Item 27273 - HtmlEditorExtender removes 'br' tag during sanitization
    • Item 27281 - HtmlEditorExtender - width attribute disappears
    • Item 27299 - HtmlEditorExtender - inner item CSS class disappears
    • Item 27987 - JavaScript error when using HtmlEditor in IE11
    • Item 27999 - Toolbar action doesn't match instance of HtmlEditorExtender
    • Item 28031 - HtmlEditorExtender multiple ampersands sanitizing problem

    MaskedEditExtender

    • Item 25108 - MaskedEditExtender cannot enter zero dollars
    • Item 26847 - MaskedEditExtender unexpected behavior when using separators
    • Item 27966 - Value is cleared when focusing MaskedEditExtender
    • Item 27969 - MaskedEditExtender autoComplete property typo

    ModalPopupExtender

    • Item 27971 - Modal Popup incorrect z-index in tab container and update panel
    • Item 28021 - Multiple ModalPopupExtenders z-index issue

    ReorderList

    • Item 9756 - ReorderList error when inserted in scrollable div

    Tabs

    • Item 27212 - TabContainer forces inline style 'height=100%'
    • Item 27972 - TabPanel CSS needs updating for Mozilla FireFox
    • Item 27989 - Tabs overlap TabContainer content

    Visual Studio toolbox

    T326682 - Adding Ajax Control Toolkit to Visual Studio 2015 Causes Issue with Toolbox in IDE

    UpdatePanelAnimationExtender

    • Item 27979 - UpdatePanelAnimationExtender - null reference at AsyncPostBackTrigger cast
    • Item 27993 - UpdatePanelAnimationExtender onUpdating never fired
    • Item 27996 - Exception when using unbound UpdatePanelAnimationExtender

    ValidatorCalloutExtender

    • Item 28018 - AjaxControlToolkit ValidatorCalloutExtender does not work with UnobtrusiveValidation

    Documentation:

    AJAX Control Toolkit Documentation updated.

    Helpful links

    Helpful documentation articles are available here:

    Feedback

    Get the latest ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit v16.1 release and let us know your feedback by reporting it here.

    Upgrading from v7.x and below

    Please take a look at the 'How to upgrade to v16.1 release' article to see how to migrate your existing ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit projects to the new v16.1 release.

    Try DevExpress ASP.NET

    We’d like to thank you for installing the DevExpress Edition of the AJAX Control Toolkit and look forward to your feedback as you begin its use.

    When we took over the fabulous ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit, our goal was to reach those web developers who want to use great web user interface controls for their web projects and DevExpress ASP.NET provides that and much more.

    Try the free DevExpress 30 day trial.

    Email: mharry@devexpress.com

    Twitter: @mehulharry


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  • Visit DevExpress at CodeMash 2016

    Come by the DevExpress table at CodeMash 2016 this week. Mark Miller and I will be there and would love to meet you.

    Mark will be showing off all the latest CodeRush Roslyn goodies that his team has been cooking up. And, I'll show you all the latest 15.2 release features including our new ASP.NET 5 TagHelpers

    CodeMash is a great conference where thousands of developers from many different platforms converge at the Kalahari Resort (and water park).

    DevExpress is happy to be a platinum sponsor and have the chance to meet and talk with so many developers in the mid-west region.

    Live Session

    Come to my talk on Friday at 1:30 pm in the Cypress room. I'll present the following session:

    Title: Using a Secure WebAPI Web Service from a Mobile App

    Abstract: Learn how to create a WebAPI service and then consume it using a hybrid mobile app (or any client-side framework). This talk will show you what it takes to create a secure WebAPI service on the server-side and what calls are needed to authorize and get the resulting JSON data.

    Raffle

    We're giving away DevExpress license and you could be a winner. Just drop by the DevExpress table and sign up with your email and we'll notify you if you've won.

    Are you going to CodeMash 2016? Drop me a line below.


    Your Next Great .NET App Starts Here

    Year after year, .NET developers such as yourself consistently vote DevExpress products #1.

    Experience the DevExpress difference for yourself and download a free 30-day trial of all our products today: DevExpress.com/trial (free support is included during your evaluation).

  • DevExtreme Mobile, VS Tools and Data Layer - Enhancements (15.2)

    The DevExtreme Mobile framework has a ton of enhancements in the v15.2 release. And the release is available now but first, let’s take a closer look at the enhancements:

    SPA Framework Performance Improvements

    We have significantly improved performance of the DevExtreme SPA framework.

    And we have implemented a caching mechanism to speed-up application loading and initialization on subsequent startups.

    Click on the following images to see the charts in detail. They display the time in milliseconds spent on a particular operation performed using our SPA framework between versions 15.1 and 15.2, and the performance growth for different platforms.

     

    Visual Studio Integration

    A new Cordova Application project template enables you to use all benefits of an Apache Cordova application (capability to build the app for different platforms including Windows 10 and iOS 9) in addition to DevExtreme application features such as designer and view wizards.

    This template is based on a standard Blank App (Apache Cordova) template shipped with Visual Studio 2015 and includes DevExtreme project files, Bower configuration file, and a Grunt task used to update DevExtreme libraries.

    Of course, building of applications for iOS 9 is also supported by other DevExtreme application templates.

    And starting with version 15.2, you can load Phone Gap plug-ins used to build your application from the npm repository. Just add the gap element with the plug in name to the config.xml file and build custom application template.

    New Win 10 theme

    With the Windows 10 theme, you can now create mobile applications that look native on Windows 10 devices:

    Integration with Parse Core library

    DevExtreme data layer is ready to be seamlessly used with the Parse cloud data storage. Now you can utilize all the advantages of cloud storage and the Parse Core library in your DevExtreme apps. The Parse Core handles your entire backend so your team can focus on making an engaging user experience. You don't need to worry about databases, performance, or scaling.

    For interaction with the Parse Core library, we have implemented the ParseStore class, which supports the universal Store interface accepted within the DevExtreme data layer. It enables you to easily bind data stored in a Parse cloud to DevExtreme widgets.

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    Have you tried the DevExtreme v15.2 release yet? I'd love to hear about it. Drop me a line below.

    Thanks!

    @mehulharry


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  • Announcing DevExtreme ASP.NET 5 TagHelpers - Available Now

    I'm happy to announce the availability of the new DevExtreme ASP.NET TagHelpers for ASP.NET 5 (MVC 6).

    And we want to hear your feedback about our new TagHelpers! So we're making these 7 new TagHelpers available while the ASP.NET 5 framework is being developed.

    If you're not familiar with ASP.NET 5, then take a look at the many helpful links from this post.

    Preview Version

    We're introducing the new DevExtreme ASP.NET TagHelpers as a preview version because:

    1. ASP.NET 5 (MVC 6) has not been released. However, a release candidate is available now.
    2. We're still perfecting and improving our TagHelpers.

    However, the new DevExtreme ASP.NET TagHelpers have enough of a feature set that we'd love for you to test drive them and give us your feedback.

    What's included?

    The following 7 major widgets from our powerful DevExtreme library are available as TagHelpers for ASP.NET 5:

    • Grid
    • Chart
    • Pivot Grid
    • Pie Chart
    • Range Selector
    • Scheduler
    • Sparkline

    Demos of these widgets are available here.

    Getting Started

    To get started using the new DevExtreme ASP.NET TagHelpers, please take a look this getting started guide:

    DevExtreme ASP.NET TagHelpers - Getting Started

    Then give us your feedback here: Issue Tracker

    Why is this awesome?

    ASP.NET 5 is shaping up to be a great framework.

    And by using the DevExtreme TagHelpers with ASP.NET 5, your end-users will get the amazing DevExtreme User Interface, features, and functionality that they have come to love.

    And it will save you several development hours by using our robust tools.

    The new DevExtreme ASP.NET TagHelpers will help you to deliver great web solutions on the ASP.NET 5 framework.

    What is a TagHelper?

    TagHelpers are a new feature of ASP.NET 5 (MVC 6) that allows preprocessing of HTML attributes with server side content. As Scott Hanselman demonstrates, TagHelpers provide cleaner code:

    TagHelpers also replace the concept of Html Helpers in ASP.NET MVC 6.

    Open-Source MIT License

    The new DevExtreme ASP.NET 5 TagHelpers are provided on GitHub with an MIT license. The source is open for you to view, fork, submit pull requests, etc.

    To use the DevExtreme ASP.NET TagHelpers, you will need a DevExtreme license.

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    Have you tried the new DevExtreme ASP.NET TagHelpers yet? I'd love to hear about it. Drop me a line below.

    Thanks!

    @mehulharry


    #OnlyTheBest

    Year after year, .NET developers such as yourself consistently vote DevExpress products #1.

    Experience the DevExpress difference for yourself and download a free 30-day trial of all our products today: DevExpress.com/trial (free support is included during your evaluation).

  • ASP.NET Query Builder (Coming soon in v15.2)

    Good news, there is a new ASP.NET control, in the v15.2 release, that allows your end-users to visually build queries! And you can then apply those queries on existing DevExpress controls like the ASP.NET GridView.

    Here's a screenshot of the new Query Builder control's UI:

    The Query Builder functionality was first introduced as part of our XtraReports' new web report designer. Many of you have requested this as a separate/independent control (and we agree).

    Your power users will love this feature as it provides them a visual way to create their own queries.

    Query Builder (Preview)

    We're introducing the new DevExpress ASP.NET Query Builder control as a preview version in the v15.2 release because it's we're still perfecting it. However, the new ASP.NET Query Builder control has enough of a feature set that we'd love for you to test drive it and give us your feedback.

    Features

    The DevExpress ASP.NET Query Builder allows your end-users to visually construct SQL queries and return a string containing a SELECT statement. So it contains great features like:

    • The database schema is automatically obtained and displayed within the QueryBuilder's UI.
    • Ability to visually edit 'WHERE', 'ORDER BY' and 'GROUP BY' query clauses.
    • Relationships between tables are automatically resolved based on foreign keys.
    • Query results preview.

    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

    Thanks!


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  • Using a Secure WebAPI Web Service from a Mobile App


    YouTube: Using a Secure WebAPI Web Service from a Mobile App

    Check out the webinar video above which helps you learn how to:

    1. Create a secure WebAPI service
    2. Understand authentication & authorization
    3. Consume the service using a mobile app

    Github repo

    DXDevExtremeWebAPI

    Fork the repo, send pull requests, and tell us what've you're using the 'educational' library for by leaving a comment below.

    Common terms

    Best Practices

    Cloud API Service

    Public API

    Additional resources

    Have you tried DevExtreme yet? I'd love to hear about it. Drop me a line below.

    Thanks!


    #OnlyTheBest

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  • ASP.NET HTML Editor - Source Code Editing and more (Coming soon in v15.2)

    There's a great new feature for the DevExpress ASP.NET HTML Editor in v15.2 release: Source Code Editing features like Visual Studio.

    To see it in action, check out this short video:

    New Features

    Here's a list of all the new features for the DevExpress ASP.NET HTML Editor in the v15.2 release:

    • Syntax highlighting
    • Auto completion
    • Indents
    • Auto closing tags
    • Highlight active line & matching tags
    • Find and Replace functionality
    • Edit whole document
    • Contextual tabs (via Ribbon control)

    Find and Replace

    Your end-users can now easily locate and modify text data within both the Design and HTML views of the DevExpress ASP.NET HTML Editor. We've added a combination of a Search Panel and the Find and Replace Dialog to enable slick new functionality.

    To show the Search Panel, use the Ctrl+F shortcut. The Find and Replace Dialog can be invoked using a specific toolbar button or through the Search Panel's dropdown button.

    When you type a search string, the editor's search engine automatically searches the content and highlights potential matches making them navigatable. In the Find and Replace Dialog, the search results are displayed as clickable list items that you can navigate as well.

    Edit Full HTML Document

    The DevExpress ASP.NET HTML Editor now provides the ability to edit the entire HTML document, including the content of the following tags:

    Now your end-users can create and edit the entire web pages using the DevExpress ASP.NET HTML Editor.

    Ribbon Improvements

    New features of the ASPxRibbon control (contextual tabs) are also available in the DevExpress ASP.NET HTML Editor to improve the functionality of its built-in ribbon navigation.

    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

    Thanks!


    #OnlyTheBest

    Year after year, .NET developers such as yourself consistently vote DevExpress products #1.

    Experience the DevExpress difference for yourself and download a free 30-day trial of all our products today: DevExpress.com/trial (free support is included during your evaluation). 

  • ASP.NET Spreadsheet - Frozen Columns/Rows, Data Validation and More (Coming soon in v15.2)

    Check out these great new features coming to the powerful DevExpress ASP.NET Spreadsheet in the next release, v15.2.

    These features are available for both the ASP.NET WebForms and MVC versions of the Spreadsheet. The new features include:

    Frozen Panes (Rows and Columns)

    With an Excel inspired Freeze Panes feature, end-users can lock specific rows or columns in one area to keep this area of a worksheet visible while scrolling the worksheet content vertically or horizontally.

    DevExpress ASP.NET Spreadsheet - Frozen Columns & Rows

    Data Validation

    An Excel inspired data validation feature helps prevent end-users from entering invalid data into worksheet cells. This feature allows you to definie restrictions and provide notifications on what data can or should be entered in a cell:

    DevExpress ASP.NET Spreadsheet - Data Validation

    Because it is difficult to see what validation is added to a cell, in the above image, we've added the green callout box images to highlight the validation in the spreadsheet cells. Those boxes are not part of the spreadspeet.

    Table Sorting and Filtering

    End-users can now use the Excel inspired AutoFilter feature to filter data by columns and to easily display only rows that meet specific conditions. Three filter types are available (depending upon the column data types): Text, Number, and Date Filters. In addition, the Filter by Values option can be used which allows you to select from column unique values.

    DevExpress ASP.NET Spreadsheet - Sorting & AutoFilter

    Formula Bar

    An Excel-like formula bar shows the contents of the current cell and allows creating and viewing formulas. To start creating a formula, click the mouse cursor in the formula bar and enter an equal sign (=).

    DevExpress ASP.NET Spreadsheet - Formulas

    Formula AutoComplete

    The Formula AutoComplete feature makes it easier to create and edit formulas and minimizes typing and syntax errors. After typing an equal sign (=) and beginning letters into a cell, a dynamic drop-down list of valid functions that match the letters is displayed below the cell.

    Document Autosave

    The Autosave feature helps reduce the risk of data loss by saving an opened document automatically at predefined but customizable intervals. And you can programmatically handle:

    • autosave operations: like saving to some other custom storage
    • resolve multi-user conflicts (should any arise)

    Work Session Hibernation

    This feature helps you to save memory (RAM). When enabled, the 'work session hibernation' will automatically free server memory by hibernating inactive open documents in the spreadsheet.

    If this feature is enabled, open documents which where idle for a certain time can be released from the server memory and saved to the server file system at a specific path. The hibernation settings (such as a session timeout, server directory) are available through an API exposed by the server DocumentManager object.

    This hibernation feature helps if the server fails because when the server is restarted, the spreadsheet control will load the hibernated document and allow you to continue working.

    Extended Page Setup Functionality

    A new Page Setup dialog helps end-users prepare the document for printing. The dialog helps setup several print-related settings (such as document orientation, paper size, page margins, page order, etc.) and provides the capability to specify header and footer text too.

    DevExpress ASP.NET Spreadsheet - Page Setup

    Ribbon Improvements

    The built-in ribbon is improved by employing the ASPxRibbon control's newly implemented features, such as contextual tabs and one-line mode. Thus, the 'Design' ribbon context tab help with working with tables in a worksheet. One-line ribbon can be used to make navigation more compact within a control and make more room for document editing.

    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

    Thanks!


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

    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":

    Click here to register

    Thanks!


    Your Next Great .NET App Starts Here

    Year after year, .NET developers such as yourself consistently vote DevExpress products #1.

    Experience the DevExpress difference for yourself and download a free 30-day trial of all our products today: DevExpress.com/trial (free support is included during your evaluation).

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

    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

    Thanks!


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    Experience the DevExpress difference for yourself and download a free 30-day trial of all our products today: DevExpress.com/trial (free support is included during your evaluation).

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