I have no idea about the performance of Xceed Grid in a heavy update scenario, but its general performance is excellent. The fact that you’re only updating, and not inserting, is a great advantage. The good thing about Xceed Grid is that it’s very extensible. This means you can tweak almost every element for your specific needs.
Our applications use the grid a lot, but I’ve managed to tweak the grid (custom rows, custom cells, …) to make it a lot faster for our situation.
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Tommy (had 179 views)