eXpressApp Framework - Tips & Tricks (September 2020)

XAF Team Blog
13 October 2020

Here is this month’s edition of XAF Tips & Tricks. As always, we hope the information contained within this post is of value as you explore and leverage the capabilities of the eXpressApp Framework. If you have a support ticket you'd like to share with the XAF developer community, feel free to post a link in the comment section below.

Thank you for your continued commitment to XAF!

Interesting Support Tickets

New and Updated KB Articles

Resolved Issues

Documentation Updates

Blazor UI

In the following, we describe how you can create new Property Editors and customize existing Property Editors within XAF’s Blazor UI:

Feature Toggles

In the following, we describe how you can use the new FrameworkSettings.DefaultSettingsCompatibilityMode property (and detailed the features it manages): 

Audit Trail

The following help topics describe recent Audit Trail Module enhancements: 

Web API Service for XPO

In the following, we detail how you can implement a Web API controller and connect an XPO client to it: Transfer Data via REST API

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2 comment(s)
Isa_Tahiri
Isa_Tahiri

Thanks for this post. Very useful. 

In the blazor documentation or in github, can you please provide docs on how to show custom control ?scheduler + chart example + Rich text edit would very nice of you. With this, we will try to substitute very fast the missing modules.  

Thanks again.

14 October 2020
Anatol (DevExpress Support)
Anatol (DevExpress Support)
@Isa, thank you for your feedback. We will describe how to integrate a data-bound control in the Blazor UI later this year. Currently, you can use the source code of our GridListEditor as an example: C:\Program Files (x86)\DevExpress 20.2\Components\Sources\DevExpress.ExpressApp\DevExpress.ExpressApp.Blazor\Editors\Grid
15 October 2020

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