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jqGrid for ASP.NET MVC

March 22nd, 2010 30 comments

Today we are officially releasing our commercial jqGrid for ASP.NET MVC product. We are using a completely new and unique way to separate the logic required to work with jqGrid into Model, View and Controller patterns. It is a brand new product engineered from scratch that avoids the common issues with ASP.NET Webforms like ViewState, PostBacks, etc.
In addition to that, we have preserved the server-side and client-side API of the product, so ASP.NET skills can be re-used and the learning curve is essentially flat. The essential features like performance (millions of rows), almost codeless searching, paging, filtering and CRUD (create, retrieve, update, delete) operations are available as well.

You can download the fully functional 30-day trial of the product from:
http://www.trirand.net/download.aspx
(the download includes a complete sample project with searching, paging, sorting and CRUD operations using LINQ)

Demos can be seen here:
http://www.trirand.net/demoaspnetmvc.aspx

We are currently working on extending the demos and providing extensive documentation for the product, in the same way we previously did with our ASP.NET WebForms and PHP releases.
Any feedback is as usual welcome – we are listening.

Regards,
TriRand Team

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jqGrid for PHP update

March 10th, 2010 12 comments

Today we announce a new updated version of jqGrid for PHP.
This version fixes some bugs and have two major things:

1. Based on the most user request and experience we have published a new documentation, which will help to solve the most problems easy and without walking in the API. The main part of documentation is written as Tutorials which we hope you will like this. The documentation can be found in the Documentation section for jqGrid for PHP

2. Based on the most user request we add two additional database drivers:
- Oracle database driver
- SQLite database driver

The Oracle database driver is ready for production and does not use the PHP PDO, but the native PHP driver

The SQLite driver is supported through PHP PDO and is still in beta

Kind Regards
jqGrid Team

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