I'm goint to start a new web application (C# in VS2008) and the first problem I have is that I don't know which control should I use, WebDataGrid or UltraWebGrid?
Which are the main differents between them?
Thanks in advance
That's a good question -- I think there is a relatively good discussion on this topic here:
Please, let us know if this helps.
First of all, thanks for the quick answer. Is the same WebGrid that UltraWebGrid?
Reading that post, I understand that:
Is that correct?
Yes, you are correct on all counts.
Currently we are using various controls of Infragistics4.WebUI.UltraWebGrid.v11.1 like Ultra Web Grid, Ultra Web menu, Ultra Chart and many others.
Now when tried to migrate to IE Edge, the application stopped working, neither the menu nor the Grid.
Could you please suggest what are our options to resolve this. Can we use WebDataGrid, if yes, then how much extra work will be required.
It will be just changing the control name and attribute names, or the whole behavior is different.
Please confirm. Its very critical.
If you need Edge support you will need to replace the UltraWebGrid and other retired controls. Our recommendation is to use the IgniteUI controls if possible. If this isn't an option for you, then using the the newer WebDataGrid and WebHierarchicalDataGrid is an option though have a different architecture than the UltraWebGrid. The best approach is to approach the conversion by looking at what you want to implement with the new grid control and then looking at your code to see what you can reuse. You can refer to the WebDataGrid/WebHierarchicalDataGrid Cheat Sheet for how to accomplish the same behaviors with the WebDataGrid that you used in the UltraWebGrid.
Let me know if you have any questions with this matter.