More off-the-shelf UI controls for .NET
More off-the-shelf UI controls for .NET
Written by David Conrad   
Friday, 02 December 2011

Intersoft Solutions has released WebUI Studio 2011 R2 with new, ready built user interface controls for ASP.NET, Silverlight, and WPF.

Heading the list of enhancements and new features in Intersof't's .NET toolset is UXScheduleView, a Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) ready scheduling control which adds interactive and scheduling capabilities to Silverlight and WPF applications. It offers recurring event support, integrated navigation, multi-level grouping, user-friendly form editing, and permits working with fairly large datasets while fully supporting both display and edit modes.

UXScheduleView ships with four built-in views, DayView, WeekView, WorkWeekView and MonthView, and allows direct display and editing of events data without additional proxy classes or interfaces thanks to its MVVM-ready architecture.



Also new is a SQL Report Viewer control that adds SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) to Silverlight or WPF applications. It allows interaction with available reports at runtime and includes many features that can be enabled with simple property sets, such as data exporting to popular data formats like Excel, PDF, and HTML.



The new release of the WebGrid Enterprise for ASP.NET uses JSON data transfer format which helps prevent XSS attack and reduces data footprint compared to the XML format. ActiveX has been completely eliminated and no longer a dependency in WebGrid Enterprise.




Many other new ribbon controls, user interface controls, data-aware input controls and flow document controls have been introduced. To try them out you can request a 30-day fully functional trial.


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