New in WebGrid is the Column Action, a new user interface feature that displays contextual column actions through a visual hint that automatically appear when users hover on a column – making it even easier and faster for users to access all column-related commands. Try the live demo
WebGrid also supports column action customization for more advanced scenarios, such as adding new commands or displaying predefined filter menus, similar to Windows Explorer. Use the client-side event OnColumnAction for this function.
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WebCalendar’s custom editor offers the look and feel of Windows 7 for the easiest date navigation available to .NET developers. Unlike the built-in Calendar, WebCalendar is far more robust and versatile with lightweight component design and minimalist visuals.
WebGrid automatically adds client resource references to WebScheduler_Calendar, several images and style resources. But make sure that WebScheduler’s resource files have been added to your project. Try the live demo
Easily select a style with the revamped Styles Designer. The Styles Designer now displays all available styles in a visually appealing interface.
Along with new Custom Editors, the WebGrid Designer puts custom editing at the ready. Select the server-side editor and the designer automatically pushes only the available controls for that editor type.
WebGrid now supports customization for all contextual menu elements, including headers and exporting – giving developers the utmost flexibility to create speedy, easy-to-use applications.
Use the new OnColumnContextMenu for client-side contextual menus. For more information on the event arguments, see New Client Events.
The menu below illustrates a Google Maps option in a WebGrid contextual menu.
Often times, the predefined filter isn’t sufficient to meet more complex requirements that involve multiple expressions in a column. WebGrid introduces an advanced column filter that enables developers to write their own expressions per column.
The advanced filter expression must be compatible with ADO.NET Expression. Furthermore, the advanced expression text will not be displayed in the WebGrid user interface. Some scenarios where advanced filter can be useful are predefined filtering from custom context menu interface or custom filtering from column action interface.