Log in to like this post! Previews of the Upcoming 2010.1 Release Craig Shoemaker / Friday, March 12, 2010 Introduction to the WebExplorerBar Get aquainted with the WebExplorerBar by adding groups and items to the bar. In this tutorial you'll see how you can recursively nest items in the bar and get started using the client side object model to interact with bar items. Introduction to the WebTab In this tutorial you get an introductory overview of the WebTab control. See how you can enable the following behaviors: Tab moving (on the client) Overrideable tab closing Custom tab icons In-page tab source content User control tab source content Url tab source content Introduction to xamWebGrid Data Filtering Learn to filter data in a column by enabling the data filtering settings in the xamWebGrid. See how you can select between the Filter Menu or placing a filter row at the top or bottom of the grid. Introduction to xamWebGrid Template Column Layouts Learn to create a custom layout for xamWebGrid items. This video demonstrates how to have full control over the “expanded” view of a grid item. When the user clicks on a row selector, the row opens up and reveals your custom layout. Introduction to xamWebGrid Unbound Columns Learn to create an unbound column in the xamWebGrid. This video demonstrates how to implement a value converter and custom comparer class to create the value and sort criteria for an unbound column. Introduction to xamMaskedEditor & xamDateTimeEditor Spin Buttons See how to add spin buttons to the xamMaskedEditor and xamDateTimeEditor controls. This video demonstrates how to change the increment value and custom when the spin buttons appear to the user. Windows 7 Default Multi-Touch Gestures in NetAdvantage See how the set WPF, WinForms, ASP.NET and Silverlight NetAdvantage products work with the Windows 7 default multi-touch gestures. Introduction to the Virtual Collection Class Silverlight applications often work with large sets of data, but only small portions of this data must be served to the client at a time. The VirtualCollection class acts as a collection container that holds partial amounts of data, while representing the entire result set. This video includes a simple demonstration where the xamWebGrid is initially served a small portion of the resut set and subsequent requests to the server continue to fill the instance of the VirtualCollection.