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  • ASP.NET Pivot Grid: How To Enable Compact Layout Feature

    Check out this short ASPxPivotGrid video that shows you how to enable the new compact layout mode: The new compact layout mode helps you save space. And it’s easy to setup. Watch the short ASPxPivotGrid Compact Layout video and then drop me a line here with your thoughts. Thanks. DXperience? What's...
    Posted to Mehul Harry's DevExpress Blog (Weblog) by Mehul Harry (DevExpress) on 5/7/2010
    Filed under: screencast, Video, Features, How-To, ASP.NET, ASPxPivotGrid, VS2010, v2010.1
  • ASP.NET Pivot Grid: How To Enable Horizontal Scrolling Feature

    Check out this short 3 minute ASPxPivotGrid video that shows you how to enable a very useful feature, horizontal scrolling: Horizontal scrolling can help you better design your web sites because the ASPxPivotGrid will not automatically expand if there are too many columns. And it’s very easy to setup...
    Posted to Mehul Harry's DevExpress Blog (Weblog) by Mehul Harry (DevExpress) on 5/7/2010
    Filed under: screencast, Video, How-To, ASP.NET, ASPxPivotGrid, VS2010, v2010.1
  • WPF Pivot Grid and Cell Templates – v2010 vol 1

    The WPF Pivot Grid provides a way to format cell values via it’s CellFormat property. The standard format specifiers are used. ( MSDN Link ) . So for Currency values we can use “C” or “c”, for scientific values “E” etc…  But as powerful as the format specifiers might be, sometimes you need a better...
    Posted to The One With (Weblog) by Azret Botash (DevExpress) on 5/6/2010
    Filed under: PivotGrid, WPF, v2010.1
  • Video: How To Enable JavaScript IntelliSense

    Check out this ‘How-to Enable JavaScript IntelliSense with DevExpress ASP.NET Clientside objects’ video: The video walks you through few simple steps it takes to get IntelliSense support for the Clientside objects of our ASP.NET controls. If you’d like to see a written version, check out this detailed...
    Posted to Mehul Harry's DevExpress Blog (Weblog) by Mehul Harry (DevExpress) on 5/6/2010
    Filed under: screencast, Video, How-To, VS2010, v2010.1
  • New DevExpress Web.Config Settings

    Starting with DXperience v2010.1, we’re making a small and useful change. We’re adding a new section to the web.config file for settings used by DevExpress ASP.NET controls. New Section Here’s the default section that you’ll find at the bottom of a new web project using DXperience v2010.1 release: <devExpress>...
    Posted to Mehul Harry's DevExpress Blog (Weblog) by Mehul Harry (DevExpress) on 5/6/2010
    Filed under: DXperience, Features, How-To, ASP.NET, Performance, v2010.1
  • WPF Pivot Table and Chart Integration – v2010 vol 1

    Just like our WinForms Pivot Grid is able to act as an input data source for a Chart Control (r ead here ), The WPF Pivot Control in v2010.1 can do the same… Please read here on how to setup a WPF Pivot Grid that is shown in the picture below Just like the WinForms version, the WPF Pivot Grid’s...
    Posted to The One With (Weblog) by Azret Botash (DevExpress) on 5/5/2010
    Filed under: PivotGrid, WPF, v2010.1, Charts
  • Release date notes for v2010.1

    You’d think after four years in this job I’d stop with the prognostications and promises about when products will ship. But no, I reload the old release-date shotgun and shoot myself in the foot. Yesterday afternoon, the R&D teams got together to review the current state of play with regard to the...
    Posted to ctodx (Weblog) by Julian Bucknall (DevExpress) on 5/4/2010
    Filed under: DXperience, v2010.1
  • WPF Pivot Grid Control – v2010 vol 1

    In DXperience v10.1 , the WPF Pivot Grid Control has caught up with it’s WinForms counterpart feature-wise. If you were waiting for it to start your new WPF app wait no more. Let’s take a closer look at some of the features. Getting Started Pivoting is most fun when you understand the data (the fact...
    Posted to The One With (Weblog) by Azret Botash (DevExpress) on 5/4/2010
    Filed under: PivotGrid, WPF, v2010.1
  • DevExpress support for Visual Studio 2010

    This has come up a couple of times, so it’s best I clear up what we’re doing about supporting Visual Studio 2010 before we release DXperience v2010.1 (and that is so close I can taste it all the way over here in Colorado from Glendale). I think it’s best expressed as a flowchart-y thing. 1. Are you using...
    Posted to ctodx (Weblog) by Julian Bucknall (DevExpress) on 5/3/2010
    Filed under: DXperience, VS2010, v2010.1
  • Want A Faster Installation? Use The 3-Step Update

    Here’s a tip to speed up your DXperience installations. Use the ‘Update’ option when upgrading between minor versions. The process is easier than uninstalling and reinstalling. In fact, there are only a few screens to click through. Check out the screenshots below from my recent upgrade...
    Posted to Mehul Harry's DevExpress Blog (Weblog) by Mehul Harry (DevExpress) on 5/3/2010
    Filed under: DXperience, How-To, v2010.1
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