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jqGrid for ASP.NET 3.6.1

November 30th, 2009

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

You can view our 60+ ASP.NET examples framework here:
http://www.trirand.net/demo.aspx

and download trial version from here:
http://www.trirand.net/download.aspx

Pricing and licensing information is available here:
http://www.trirand.net/licensing.aspx

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:
http://oliverhine.com/DotNetNuke/Modules/Keywordification.aspx

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.

Regards,
jqGrid Team

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  1. Mojtaba
    December 21st, 2009 at 12:15 | #1

    Thanks again for PHP framework.
    What time we can download a first beta version?

  2. December 21st, 2009 at 15:49 | #2

    Beta will be delayed for a few more days, please excuse us for the inconvenience.

    To get an idea of what our PHP offering will be, please take a look at

    http://trirand.net/demophp.aspx

    we have ~10 examples there, more to come as we progress.

  3. Mojtaba
    December 21st, 2009 at 20:46 | #3

    Rumen :
    Beta will be delayed for a few more days, please excuse us for the inconvenience.
    To get an idea of what our PHP offering will be, please take a look at
    http://trirand.net/demophp.aspx
    we have ~10 examples there, more to come as we progress.

    Nice framework Rumen,
    I have some suggestion:

    1-I think that it’s better to isolate Database layer, for example you can define an URL for transfer Data to server side with simple protocol.(Then you can remove $grid->SelectCommand and $conn = new PDO(DB_DSN,DB_USER,DB_PASSWORD); )
    This method help developer to use your Framework in projects.

    2-Add a function to set Localize(or add a property to setGridOptions for Localize), for example $grid->setLocalize(‘fa’);

    Before, I worked on a similar PHP Class to use jqGrid, If you have interested, I send it for you.
    Best Regards and Special thank for your nice and powerful Framework.

  4. December 22nd, 2009 at 11:30 | #4

    @Mojtaba

    Thanks for the recommendations

    1. The connection is not necessary to be created here. As you can see it is passed to the grid class (in the demo it is created just for demo purposes). So if you have already one no problem, but I wonder how to remove the SelectCommand – what we should query?
    2. Good point, but the concept is different. As you know before to load the grid javascript file we should load the lang file.
    If you can manage all in one file then it is easy. Also the component have 3 classes that can be used very well with MVC concept. The demo just show the easy way of implementation

    Thanks
    Tony

  5. Mojtaba
    January 5th, 2010 at 20:20 | #5

    Hi Dear Rumen,
    I’m waiting for PHP Framework :)

  6. Rumen Stankov
    January 5th, 2010 at 21:35 | #6

    Hello Mojtaba,

    We are almost there. We have updated all PHP samples (almost 50 samples available here)

    http://trirand.net/demophp.aspx

    and we anticipate to be able to provide the downloadable product and some documentation by the end of the week.

    Please, take a look at the samples and let us know what you think.

  7. Chaitanya Deshpande
    January 22nd, 2010 at 12:21 | #7

    When do you plan to release the jqGrid ASP.NET MVC component? Is the beta ready for download?

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