• How to Implement Infinite List “Load More” Pattern in ASP.NET Grid

    Among the patterns that add to the overall usability of the application around desktop and mobile interface, one of the common ones is the “Load More” button appearing at the bottom of the lists that can be used to load data on demand. First emerged with the iPhone lists (at least that is the first time I got to experience it), now you find this pattern being used in bunch of other applications we daily use.

    Facebook and iTunes

    This pattern…

    • Wed, Nov 30 2011
  • Binding to oData with jQuery Grid

    If you are building browser based applications that use services to bring in data and rendering it all on the client, then you’ll find this post interesting. In the post, I am going to show you how to grab data from NetFlix oData feed and populate an Infragistics’ jQuery client grid with it. Even though this example shows using oData services being used to grab data and bind to the grid, you can do the same with any server…

    • Tue, Nov 22 2011
  • NetAdvantage for ASP.NET Product Changes in 2011 Volume 2

    Infragistics has been developing ASP.NET controls since the ASP.NET framework was released during early 2000s. Since then, we have provided the toolset that have helped web developers take advantage of the Microsoft’s web platform, combined with the RAD environment & tooling for Visual Studio to build rich, interactive web applications. A lot has changed since then, ASP.NET framework has undergone 5 iterations, IE is…

    • Thu, Nov 17 2011
  • No JavaScript No Problem

    In this day and age, it is rare that a user’s browser do not support JavaScript. But still, there are cases where sites are required to run on a browsers that do not support JavaScript, for accessibility purposes or for building sites that are more SEO friendly. You can still build such sites and continue to use NetAdvantage for jQuery product without having to maintain two different instances of your sites. I know what…

    • Mon, Nov 7 2011
  • Getting Started with Outlook GroupBy in jQuery Grid

    In 2011 Volume 2, one of the most valued feature added to the grid is the Outlook GroupBy capability. This allows the user to grab a column header and drop it within the group by area, and the grid creates visual grouped rows that the user can then expand and see data relevant for that particular group.

     In this blog I am going to show you how to enable grouping within your Infragistics jQuery Grid control. First, I…

    • Fri, Nov 4 2011