You can use this flexible and reliable .NET grid control in order to create report form templates or program interfaces with little scripting.
- FlexCell Grid Control for .NET 4.0
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:FlexCell Technologies
FlexCell Grid Control for .NET 4.0 Description
FlexCell Grid Control for .NET 4.0 is a dedicated WinForms grid view control that you can use with various development environments, such as Visual C#, Visual C++ and Visual Studio 2010 – 2013. You can use this tool in application development along with .NET Framework 4.0.
The utility allows you to integrate powerful functions in your applications, including export data to CSV, HTML, PDF and Microsoft Excel.
Moreover, you can use it to import information from XML, print, preview documents, sort data, insert barcodes, charts tree grids, owner draw or virtual grids.
The tool also includes various data editing capabilities, allowing you to automatically control and validate text input, minimize entry errors, plus convert cells to upper/lower cases or to numeric formats.
There are several special cell types that you can integrate with FlexCell Grid Control for .NET 4.0 into your applications. Some examples include TextBox, ComboBox, CheckBox, BarCode, Button, Hyperlink and DateTime.
Other elements that you can include in the grid are pictures, charts or barcodes, which you can easily edit. ColumnClustered, Line, Pie and 3D chart models are supported, along with several barcodes models: Code39, Code128A, EAN128, EAN13 or Interleaved2of5.
The tool allows you to create a virtual grid, which you can bind to the existing data structures, as well as calculate virtual fields, perform data validation or load information at the specified time.
Once bound to the data structure the grid can be used to view information from ADO.Net sources. Alternatively, if the grid can manage the data, it can be used in unbound mode.
FlexCell Grid Control for .NET 4.0 comes with a comprehensive documentation, sample code files and instructions, to help you get started.
Moreover, you can use the FlexCell Designer as a standalone tool for creating templates and exporting them in FLX and XML formats.
- Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0
- Visual Studio 2010 – 2013 or
- Visual C++
Limitations in the unregistered version
- 15 days trial