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Enable Twitter-Style Endless Paging for your ASP.NET GridView

, 9 Jul 2013 CPOL
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Enable Twitter-Style Endless Paging for your ASP.NET GridView

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Check out this great new feature of the DevExpress ASP.NET GridView that allows your end-users keep scrolling using their mouse or finger on a touch device.

Endless Paging

Endless paging? What's that? Simply put, it's the ability of the Grid or DataView control to automatically load new content as you scroll or page down though the data. Take a look this short YouTube video to learn more:

New DevExpress ASP.NET feature for 2013.1 release

Mobile Touch Supported

This feature is especially great when you use the DevExpress ASP.NET GridView or DataView through a mobile browser like iPad’s Safari, Microsoft Surface’s IE10, or Google Chrome on Android tablets.

Touch events are supported by most DevExpress ASP.NET control for all 3 of the major vendor’s (Apple, Google, Microsoft) tablet devices.

Examples: Facebook, Twitter

Examples are all over the place on the social network sites: think of, or Twitter, or Pinterest, anywhere where there is a lot of data and you don't want to the halt the user experience by loading it all (even if it were possible or necessary).

Because Performance Matters

Try the blazing fast ASP.NET controls and MVC extensions by DevExpress. Voted best grid by readers of DevConnections Magazine.

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Mehul Harry is the web product manager at Developer Express where he works with and blogs about ASP.NET, HTML 5, and JavaScript. He has produced more than 200 technical videos and interviews on Windows development and developer culture.

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