Yes i’m sure there are lots of things you can do in code, 🙂 The reason for getting this grid is to save time on development, not only its features.
Actually if you have a massive project, the visual designer is a bonus, one less grid to worry about configuring, and one less thing to worry about in terms of debugging.
Now if you have a company of 200 programmers, then that is meaningless, but if you have 2-3 developers, speed counts, and if you can do something in 2 minute instead of 30 min, multiplied by 100 grids in a project, we are talking about 200 minutes of work vs 3,000 minutes, that is a big time saving for me.
So yeah, for a student or person without deadlines, i’m sure doing everything in code is cool, they might as well go back to assembler.
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Artmic (had 226 views)