Odi [Xceed]SpectatorJanuary 30, 2007 at 4:54 pmPost count: 426
If you like Xceed DataGrid for WPF, why not help spread the word?
We’d love a good word about it on your blog, or a <a href=”http://www.digg.com/programming/This_is_what_a_Datagrid_Gridview_looks_like_in_WPF”>Digg</a>, <a href=”http://www.dotnetkicks.com/wpf/Free_Xceed_datagrid_control_for_WPF”>Kick</a>, Fark, etc.
Here are the mentions so far:
<em>January 25, 2007:</em>
– Great <a href=”http://blogs.msdn.com/mswanson/archive/2007/01/24/free-xceed-datagrid-control-for-wpf-released.aspx”>blog post by Mike Swanson</a> “I have to mention the impressive XBAP demo experience they call the Xceed DataGrid for WPF LiveExplorer… I appreciate the grouping feature and the fact that it supports UI virtualization, a non-trivial bit of functionality that makes a big difference when you’re working with large datasets.”
– Mention on <a href=”http://coolthingoftheday.blogspot.com/2007/01/free-xceed-datagrid-for-wpf-now.html”>Cool Thing Of The Day</a> blog.
– Nice mention on <a href=”http://edge-loop.spaces.live.com/Blog/cns!8F028CC27525BEA1!1074.entry”>Edge-Loop</a> blog. “As a promotional ‘here we are’… this is an incredibly smart idea – but its also a great service to the dev community.”
<em>January 26, 2007:</em>
– Mention in Larkware’s <a href=”http://www.larkware.com/dg7/TheDailyGrind1065.aspx”>The Daily Grind</a>.
– <a href=”http://blogs.msdn.com/wpfsdk/archive/2007/01/25/free-datagrid-for-wpf-by-xceed.aspx”>WPF SDK</a> blog.
– DeveloperZen.co <a href=”http://www.ekampf.com/blog/2007/01/26/XceedWPFDataGridForFree.aspx”>blog post</a>. “…have now released an enterprise strength WPF DataGrid control to the community.”
– <a href=”http://wpfwonderland.wordpress.com/2007/01/26/free-wpf-datagrid-component-from-xceed/”>WPF Wonderland</a> blog. “Now you’ve really got no reason to put off adoption of WPF”
– <a href=”http://blog.lotas-smartman.net/archive/2007/01/26/19295.aspx”>Tiernan Otoole’s</a> blog. “…when it fully loaded, and i started to play around i actually was speechless! Its called DataGrid for WPF and its rocks! “
<em>January 27, 2007:</em>
– Mention on <a href=”http://blogs.msdn.com/jaimer/archive/2007/01/25/wpf-data-grid.aspx”>On .Net client stuff</a> blog. “It looks neat, grouping sorting, etc… …WPF is really gaining a lot of momentum lately, dont you think?”
– Mention on <a href=”http://devkids.blogspot.com/2007/01/wpf-grid.html”>Dev-Kids Den</a> blog. “Amazing functionality and it’s absolutely free.”
<em>January 28, 2007:</em>
– <a href=”http://mdavey.wordpress.com/2007/01/28/xceed-datagrid-for-wpf/”>Mention</a> on Matt Davey’s blog.
<em>January 29, 2007:</em>
– <a href=”http://blogs.msdn.com/robburke/archive/2007/01/29/wpf-free-datagrid-control-doninoken-movie.aspx”>Mention</a> on Robert Burke’s weblog. “I think Xceed are on to a winner here… I am well impressed!”
– Lester’s <a href=”http://wpf.netfx3.com/blogs/presentation_bloggers/archive/2007/01/29/free-xceed-datagrid-control-for-wpf.aspx”>blog post</a> on the NETFX3 site.
– Home page at <a href=”http://wpf.netfx3.com/”>NETFX3</a>, “gallery items”, top item.
– Interesting blog post: <a href=”http://staffingtechnology.blogspot.com/2007/01/10-minutes-to-enterprise-application.html”>10-minutes to an enterprise app</a>.
– Tamir Khason’s ‘Just code blog’ <a href=”http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/tamir/archive/2007/01/26/DataGrid-or-not_3F00_.aspx”>post</a>.
– Lester’s WPF blog, <a href=”http://blogs.msdn.com/llobo/archive/2007/01/29/free-xceed-datagrid-control-for-wpf.aspx”>post</a>.
<em>January 30, 2007:</em>
– Beautiful <a href=”http://wpfwonderland.wordpress.com/2007/01/29/creating-product-demos-with-wpf-and-xbap/”>writeup on XBAPs</a> focusing on Xceed’s Live Explorer.
– <a href=”http://www.dotnetkicks.com/wpf/Free_Xceed_datagrid_control_for_WPF”>Home page</a> of Dotnetkicks.com.
– Channel9 <a href=”http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=277457#277457″>post</a> by Tommy Carlier. And his <a href=”http://tommycarlier.blogspot.com/2007/01/xceed-datagrid-for-wpf.html”>blog</a>.
To be continued… next post 🙂
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Odi [Xceed] (had 4728 views)Odi [Xceed]SpectatorFebruary 9, 2007 at 3:40 pmPost count: 426
– Chris Anderson’s <a href=”http://www.simplegeek.com/permalink.aspx/b0f0c15f-80ce-4982-bcd4-b28d9a06a512″>SimpleGeek post</a>: “In what is probably the <b>single coolest usage</b> I’ve seen (from a purely practical developer geek kind of way) Xceed created an interactive XBAP to show off their new data grid.”
– Scott Dorman’s <a href=”http://geekswithblogs.net/sdorman/archive/2007/02/06/105621.aspx”>opinion</a>: “I just started using this grid a few days ago and I can say that the <b>power</b> and <b>flexibility</b> offered are <b>incredible</b>.” and “In my limited experience so far, the <b>support</b> provided by the community forum has been <b>excellent</b> and is well staffed by the Xceed development team. Every question I have asked was quickly answered with accurate and detailed information.”
– Tim Anderson’s <a href=”http://www.itwriting.com/blog/?p=112
” rel=”nofollow”>post</a> on the ITWriting blog
– TheCoder <a href=”http://rockymoore.com/TheCoder/archive/2007/01/30/Free_grid_for_WPF_Time_limited_act_now.aspx” rel=”nofollow”>blog</a> post
– Microsoft forums <a href=”http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=1171276&SiteID=1″>thread</a>
– Keyvan Nayyeri’s good blog <a href=”http://nayyeri.net/archive/2007/01/31/free-datagrid-for-windows-presentation-foundation.aspx” rel=”nofollow”>post</a>: “Xceed DataGrid for WPF is <b>neat and beautiful</b> with almost all the features that we expect from a GridView” … “<b>One of best custom controls</b> written for Windows Presentation Foundation until now.” (corrected product name)
– Blog post on <a href=”http://donnysdelectables.spaces.live.com/Blog/cns!800B0BD557EE31A7!198.entry” rel=”nofollow”>Donny’s Delectables</a>
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From the <a href=”http://it.justdoh.com/2007/04/06/just-another-wpf-post-corporative-applications/” rel=”nofollow”>Just D’oh – I.T.</a> blog:
“…we can count at least on an excellent component, developed [by] Xceed; the Xceed DataGrid for WPF is a surprising component that demonstrates very well the capacity of this new technology. With various visual effects and customization options which allow the user to choose even the columns that [they] want to visualize and mount its proper personalized report, this tool comes gaining prominence between the developers that are venturing for .Net 3.0…”
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Odi [Xceed] (had 377 views)Odi [Xceed]SpectatorApril 16, 2007 at 2:04 pmPost count: 426
From <a href=”http://www.snowball.be/WPFXAML+Tools+List+April+2007.aspx”>Snowball – Gill’s blog on .net programming</a>:
Xceed WPF DataGrid
I found this control via a banner on <a href=”http://www.hanselman.com/blog/”>Scott Hanselman</a>’s site… These guys simply give away FOR FREE the entire control, which is a fully featured WPF datagrid. It’s risky to say but I think this replaces the missing datagrid in WPF.
When you register, the license is royalty free and perpetual. So, <em>no excuse for not having this control in your toolbox</em>.
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