January 2013 Editorial
Happy 2013, WebUI Studio Installer Refresh and Technical Samples, 2012 R2 Products Highlight, New Technical Samples and more.
Greeting the year of 2013, I'd like to start by saying a big thanks for your continuous support and for your business in 2012. It has been a pleasure for us helping you reach your development goals, and we look forward to working with you again soon!
Earlier this month, we have posted an update to the WebUI Studio 2012 R2 installer which includes newer products build across ASP.NET, Silverlight and WPF tools for enhanced cross-platform compatibility and improved reliability. The comprehensive technical samples are now included starting from this release, which is available for both Silverlight and WPF. You can download the latest installer here.
Enjoy the all-new ClientUI 8 live samples with completely redesigned user interface. In case you haven't seen it, the ClientUI live samples now featuring larger screen real estate, clean and modern design that allows you to focus on the sample and easily navigate from one sample to another. Click here to experience the new ClientUI live samples, and find out more about the top new business-inspiring samples in ClientUI.
The recent 2012 R2 release doesn't only ship amazing new products, we actually deliver hundreds of enhancements across all existing products, not to mention over 150 new technical samples to help you quickly getting started with the new tools. Find out the details here.
Last but not least, I hope you liked the new look of our newsletter which is redesigned to bring the unified Intersoft's user experiences, and more importantly making the content easier to read and digest. Got any feedback? I'd love to hear from you.
Martin Lie, Customer Relation Executive
Gorgeous Charting Control
Featuring 20+ stunning chart series, large data support, MVVM binding, and best-in-class user experiences.
Windows 8-style Breadcrumb
The industry's first Windows 8 style navigation control featuring smart menu and intuitive interface.
A lightweight yet powerful object property editor for Silverlight and WPF development.
A data filtering control for Silverlight & WPF to build complex filter definitions in an intuitive user interface.
Includes 15+ UI controls redesigned for HTML5, from menu and toolbar, to layout manager and window.
Redesigned ClientUI Live Samples
The new ClientUI live samples now sport an intuitive Windows 8-style navigation, clean and modern design, and significantly improved performance. Learn more.
Online Documentation and Samples Update Available
All new features and enhancements are now available in the documentation that you can access online. Browse a wealth of tutorial articles and easily copy snippet code. Learn more.
New Installer Refresh and Technical Samples
Includes newer product builds across ASP.NET, Silverlight and WPF tools for enhanced cross-platform compatibility and improved reliability. Learn more.
We have recently released new product updates that include important reliability and stability improvements. SQLReportViewer receives dozens of new features such as linked parameter as well as layout and table rendering improvements. Furthermore, WebGrid is now able to preserve white space in data display, editing and filtering. It also includes improved HTML5 support in a number of areas such as batch update, editing, preview row and more. Visit Support Center to see the complete version history.
Manipulate row position in WebGrid
A member is questioning on how to move row from the same position. However, this can be achieved by manipulating row position but the changes could not be saved into database since it does not allow changing row position. Learn more.
Change the group info in UXGridView
Member Taj James is wondering how to hide the item count in UXGridView�s RowGroupHeader. By default, UXGridView will show the count of items in group info. In this case, Taj James is willing to hide the item count instead. Learn more.
Sort WebGrid by displayed text instead of value
Community member Eric is trying to implement data sorting by displayed text. By default, WebGrid will perform sorting based on value. In some cases, when ValueList is used, the text and value are different. In this thread, Eric is figuring out how to sort the text instead of value. This is possible by using SortKeyField property. Learn more.