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Dear All;

I am building an application for Race Management system , and I want to display on a monitor the results and updates , but I don't want to display a normal Grid or datarepeater , I want it to display for example randomly same as stock market screen or Airport for arrival flights ...
for example the results for the first lap then after few seconds displaying the second lap , and still repeating in an animated way ???
What control or logic I can use to display my data ??
Posted 10-Jan-13 10:14am
Edited 10-Jan-13 10:22am
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A grid or repeater can be styled any way you like and will always be the easiest way to have complete control over your UI, while having the advantages of a data driven control. If this is a website, please mark your question as ASP.NET, in this case the answer is the same, but in future, always tell us if it's ASP.NET, MVC, Winforms, WPF, etc.
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Tamer Hatoum at 10-Jan-13 15:20pm
   
No this is just a windows form application using C# , but my question is how to display the data in an animated way , that display for example the results for the first lap then after few seconds displaying the second lap , and still repeating ???
Christian Graus at 10-Jan-13 15:23pm
   
you can create a data driven control with controls in it that animate. Either way, the animation part, you need to write for yourself. I'd search the articles on this site for examples
Tamer Hatoum at 10-Jan-13 15:44pm
   
my concerns is not the data ,cause I built a UPD and SQL triggers to get the latest data , only my concerns how to animate it and makes interactive , cause I am displaying it on huge screens ,
Christian Graus at 10-Jan-13 15:59pm
   
Good, because that is the question I have answered. If you want animation, I would say one other thing. You really should be using WPF, not webforms. WPF lends itself to tons of animations and a slick UI.

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