Our commercial ASP.NET WebForms component version 3.6.1 has been released. The changes include:
– update client-side runtime to jqGrid 3.6.1
– codeless CRUD (create, read, update, delete) support for declarative datasources like LinqDataSource, SqlDataSource, etc
– performance updates (super fast 1,000,000 rows example)
– formatters support (all predefined formatters + custom formatter)
– client-side and server-side validation for editing data
– bug fixes and many more small updates
– documentation updates
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In other ASP.NET news, you can take a look at this great DotNetNuke example showing how you can use jqGrid inside the DotNetNuke CMS. We’d like to thank Oliver Hine for creating this sample and sharing it with the community:
What’s next – we have finalized the release dates for the Beta versions of our ASP.MET MVC component based on jqGrid and our PHP framework for codeless integration of jqGrid in your PHP project (with support for all grid features like paging, sorting, searching, etc).
jqGrid ASP.NET MVC component Beta – Dec, 10th, 2009
jqGrid PHP framework – Dec, 20th, 2009
Based on your feedback, the beta program will continue for several weeks up to a month and we will release both the ASP.NET MVC version and the PHP version in January next year. Please, expect more details on the Beta release dates.