Showing posts with label RadDataGrid. Show all posts
Showing posts with label RadDataGrid. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Incremental loading with RadDataGrid in your Windows 8.1 XAML app

Fast and fluid experience is one of the most important characteristics of a Windows 8 application. However, when dealing with large amount of data, it is not always possible to get the entire data set downloaded and visualized in a fast and fluid manner. Such scenarios call for a more incremental (sequential) data loading approach and with our Q3 2013 release RadDataGrid makes this task easy to implement.


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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Filtering with RadDataGrid for Windows 8

Telerik's RadDataGrid for Windows 8 is a flagship product: a powerful, robust, flexible tool for displaying large amounts of data conciselyRadDataGrid that is open to meaningful customer interaction. The basics of working with RadDataGrid are very simple, and you can manage the display of columns quickly and easily, as shown in this blog post. Now we'll take a look at how you can filter data programmatically. First we will look at how to hard code your filter into the XAML and then we'll look at how to create the filter dynamically in C#.


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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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Saturday, March 16, 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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