ASP.NET Controls - Touch Enabled on the iPad...

Thinking Out Loud
09 September 2011

Here's a quick little teaser video demonstrating some of the ASP.NET touch-enabled features coming in DXperience v2011 vol 2....including the DevExpress ASP.NET Grid and ASP.NET Scheduler Controls. I especially love the acceleration support within the grid and of course nothing is sexier than a touch enabled scheduler control. :)

As always, we welcome your feedback...Mehul will be describing implementation details in the coming weeks...

Touch Enabled ASP.NET Controls by DevExpress 

 

17 comment(s)
James
James

MVC please!!!!

All controls MVC enabled please!!!

9 September, 2011
Erik O. Lollar
Erik O. Lollar

When is vol 2 coming out?

9 September, 2011
Mitchell Thraves
Mitchell Thraves

I agree with James, please focus on getting MVC controls on a par with ASP.Net controls.

9 September, 2011
Fırat Esmer
Fırat Esmer

I liked this one too (:

9 September, 2011
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)

Which control do you want ported to MVC next?

10 September, 2011
Sascha
Sascha

Regarding touch: looking forward to it. Doing touch with WPF mostly, but this looks interesting!

Regarding which controls to port to MVC: Scheduler and then PivotGrid would be my favorites

10 September, 2011
Robert Kapuściński
Robert Kapuściński

PivotGrid please:)

10 September, 2011
Robert Fuchs
Robert Fuchs

More Winforms please ;-)

10 September, 2011
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

James,

Yes, the tablet support will be for both our ASP.NET WebForms and ASP.NET MVC products. :)

12 September, 2011
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

Joanne,

The DXperience v2011 volume 2 will be around the November timeframe. Keep an eye on my blog for more announcements and news:

http://devexpress.com/Mehul

Thanks.

12 September, 2011
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

Mitchell and Sasha,

For DXperience v2011 volume 2, we'll have our Pivot Grid for MVC as a native extension. :)

However, we cannot port all controls to MVC because not everything would work well in the MVC framework due to differences like lack of viewstate, etc.

Please let us know what you'd like for ASP.NET MVC by creating a suggestion:

www.devexpress.com/.../CreateIssue.aspx

Thanks.

12 September, 2011
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

Robert,

Yes, Pivot Grid for MVC in the next release, DXperience v2011 volume 2. :)

12 September, 2011
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

Robert Fuchs,

:)

12 September, 2011
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

Thanks Firat,

After the Build conference this week, I'll do some lengthy coverage on it. :)

12 September, 2011
Garry Lowther
Garry Lowther

We do not use MVC for the reasons explained in this article published yesterday:

neverindoubtnet.blogspot.com/.../mvvm-backlash.html

I woud wait until tomorrow anyway to see what MS come up with at //BUILD/ as I expect that 'to MVC or not to MVC' will become clearer?

12 September, 2011
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)

Sascha - we will release an MVC Pivot Grid in v2011 vol 2 :-)

22 September, 2011
Madhava Maydipalle 1196
Madhava Maydipalle 1196

Great news, looking forward to more mobile integration.

6 October, 2011

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