Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Taking Control Of Columns In RadDataGrid

As part of our Q1 2013 release of RadControls for Windows 8, we released a new flagship control: the RadDataGrid. This is the first in a series of blog posts on getting the most out of this very powerful control, and applying it to real-world situations. At its simplest, the RadDataGrid is incredibly easy to use; just drag it onto the XAML surface, give it a name, and hook up a collection to its ItemsSource property. Let's start with a simple demo app that does just that.


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