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Official jqGrid ASP.NET component from TriRand

October 7th, 2009

There are some very exciting news and developments here at TriRand. Based on your feedback, we have decided that there are new ways to make development with jqGrid even easier if we use some of the power of different development platforms. We have started with ASP.NET WebForms and have created a component with programming model and APIs very similar to what ASP.NET developers are used to – asp:GridView, asp:DataGrid, etc. This makes binding the grid to different sources and manipulating data as easy as several lines of code. All communication and plumbing is handled by the component. This also means full Visual Studio .NET integration with all the sugar.

You can see the first Beta at our new ASP.NET specific site — http://www.trirand.net/demo.aspx. We hope that this will grow into a fully fledged product with commercial support and licenses in addition to our open sources ones. We are doing this solely based on customer feedback, where many people have asked us to introduce commerical licenses and support, since their organization either require that or expect commercial grade (guaranteed fast response, guaranteed bug fix) support. We also have plans to provide support for ASP.NET MVC and/or introduce new components based on jQuery and ThemeRoller.

This of course does not change anything about the status and licensing of the client-side jqGrid plugin — it will remain open source project using MIT or GPL licensing. In fact, we are
currently working on v3.6 which will bring new major features and fixes – RTL support for example. What we hope that this will change however is that we will have more time and resources to invest in the product development and ongoing support and even going full time on jqGrid and jQuery / Themeroller components in general. We believe this will be best for the community.

Please, let us know what you think — as usual your feedback is much appreciated and we are listening.

Kind Regards,
Tony
TriRand Inc.




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  1. Frederico
    October 7th, 2009 at 21:00 | #1

    Not really a .net developer myself, but I’m loving the development jqgrid’s been having! Keep up the great work!

  2. October 12th, 2009 at 10:52 | #2

    Hi Tony and first of all, thanks for developing this magnificent tool.

    I’ve been working for some time now with one project and have a number of charts in use at the moment. The only little thing that i have not figured out is, how to save the last search say in a cookie?

    Would be in some cases very useful for a user to save the last search/filtering result/jqGrid settings.

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