Get Started Using Ignite UI
Once you've downloaded Ignite UI, you can start using it quickly and easily. Check out some of our videos below to learn how you can start coding Essential Resources, Grids, and Excel Imports and Exports.
Getting Started - Installation, QuickStarts, and the Version Utility
Download and Installation
To start using the product, you need to get the latest bits and install either the trial version or the licensed version.
If you are using it to build ASP.NET MVC apps, make sure you have the following tools and products from Microsoft installed as well:
- Visual Studio 2010 (any version)
- .NET 4 runtime
- ASP.NET MVC 3 Tools Refresh
These can be downloaded from the ASP.NET MVC web site.
Upgrading a Project or Solution
If you have an existing application, you can use the Version Utility to upgrade your project to the latest version.
Browsing the Samples & Source Code
Browse the local samples, and review the code for the samples you are most interested in. If you haven't installed the product, you can always view the samples and source code online.
Finding and Using Help
Review the product documentation, and learn from the How To articles or the API documentation
Start Coding Essential Resources
Bind the grid to JSON data
Get started with the basics. Learn how to bind the JQUERY Grid to a JSON list of objects.
Start Coding Grid
Bind the grid to ODATA
A core part of the jQuery toolset is the high performance tabular data grid control. Learn how to bind the JQUERY Grid to an ODATA source.
Binding jQuery grid to the ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework Model
The JQUERY Grid feels right at home in the Microsoft MVC Framework. Learn how to populate the JQUERY Grid with an MVC Entity Framework Model.
Start Coding Excel Import and Export
Export Grid to Word
Learn how to export the JQUERY Grid to a Microsoft Word document.
Scenario Sample - Video Browser
Creating a Video Browser
In this quick start video you will:
See a list of videos in our sample library using the Grid control, with ratings for each video shown using the rating control embedded inside of the grid.
End users can play the video using the HTML5 video player and insert their own videos by uploading them to the library by using the file upload control. The editor controls enable them to add information about the video.
They will also be able to export the entire video list to an Excel file using the Infragistics Excel library.
Start Coding Editable Forms
Creating a CRUD experience with the jQuery grid
Understanding how to perform CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations is critical to your applications.
With this video, you learn how to create an editable jQuery Grid:
- Bind ASP.NET MVC model data to the grid
- Implement an editable form using the editor controls in the NetAdvantage for jQuery package with the ability to upload images using the file upload control
- Add or update data in the grid via the editable form
Setting Up your MVC Project
Setting Up your MVC Project
Want to learn how to set up an MVC Project? Check out this video to get an overview.