Mvc Controls Toolkit 1.7.0

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Downloads: 1520
Change Set: 16149
Released: Jan 10, 2012
Updated: Jan 10, 2012 by frankabbruzzese
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Release Notes

  • Added
    • foreach, with, and if Html extension methods that can be nested to any level to define the page control flow on the client side, anagously to what Razor do on the server side. As in all previous releases both Client Side and Server Side validation are automatically provided in this enhanced Client Blocks, and all bindings are strongly typed and globalized.
    • helper for the new hasfocus knockout binding
    • Now both the SimpleMenuBuilder and the TreeBuilder classes allow conditional addition of menu items. If the condition provided with the Add satement is not verified the menu item and all its children are not added.
    • Now the developer can choose if an instance of the TypedEditDisplay move from/to the edit state to/from the display state automatically and/or manually with the help of javascript functions. Added also a an EditDisplayToggle button to toggle all TypedEditDisplay of a container between their Edit/Display states. The EditDisplayToggle is useful in implementing in-line edit grids.
    • Range and InputNumber Html5 helpers whose min/max are automatically extracted by the validation attributes. Other Htm5 inputs are easily achieved by simply supplying the right type attribute to a standard TextBox helper.
    • Improved the performance of the DateTimeInput: now just the selected item of each dropdown is rendered, all others are created by javascript on the client side. This way we may save a lot of bandwidth(when the controls is rendered several time in a grid) without renouncing to visibility to the search engines.

Reviews for this release

     
looking for the MVC it's good one
by rohit9841 on Jan 31, 2012 at 8:57 AM