Mvc Controls Toolkit 1.8.0

Rating:        Based on 4 ratings
Reviewed:  4 reviews
Downloads: 3674
Change Set: 16742
Released: Feb 5, 2012
Updated: Feb 5, 2012 by frankabbruzzese
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

  • Added
    • Now a newly added row of the Datagrid disappears immediately without leaving a placeholder row when the user press the undo button, also when it is not the last row of the grid(Modification required by the users).
    • Now it is possible to register functions that initialize 3rd parties controls/widget. The inizialization functions will be automatically called by the toolkit whenever new content is created(items creations or ajax calls). In particular it is possible to register the function that initializes all jQuery Mobile Widgets, to make they work properly in newly created Grid, Treeview, Repeaters, etc. items.
    • Added the JsonModel and JsonModelFor helpers to transfer part of the ViewModel in an Hidden field in json format. If the json is modified then all modifications will be reflected on the server side model on post. json data received are also validated. These two helpers can be used together with all Client Blocks features to turn javascript controls/widgets into Mvc Server Side controls. We will post tutotials on how to implement Mvc Controls with this technique.
  • Fixed
    • A bug in the previous page button of the pager.

Reviews for this release

     
This is a brilliant set of controls. We are using the DataGrid extensively in our MVC3 application. I'd definitely recommend this toolset, it has already saved us a load of time. The implementation is solid and well thought. Some exs show how to connect the DataGrid to data coming from an actual DB, hence the SQL Server requirement. However this is a frontend toolkit which doesn't require a DB
by NZCB on Mar 29, 2012 at 9:12 PM
     
The examples look great. So I downloaded it and the first error I get is a missing SqlServer. This type of configuration should not be necessary for a frontent-component
by Epaminaidos on Mar 29, 2012 at 2:03 PM
     
Thanks for the great toolkit. It is making webpages with complex forms possible without the hard plumbing. Keep up the good work!
by still_the_same on Feb 22, 2012 at 11:53 PM
     
Great controls, and the documentation is very helpful.
by bruno_asouza on Feb 10, 2012 at 8:51 AM