iGrid is fantastic! It is incredibly feature rich, which to me is the most important factor when purchasing a development tool. Not only that, but it is very easy to implement in projects, and the pricetag is very reasonable, especially when compared to similar tools competitors offer. Add to this the responsiveness of the support team and you have a winner!
I originally found you from your google ads when searching on Google for something like "c# .net datagrid". There were several things I liked about your product, but I'll name the main selling points. First of all, I couldn't find any way to accidentally throw unhandled exceptions in design mode without even touching the code in the code editor (which I can't say of all such products). Second, the syntax for doing most tasks was straightforward and easy to learn. Last, your product had very excellent sample code.
We examined many .NET grid controls but didn't like the way most of them required Datasets, were memory inefficient and none of them were an easy replacement. After finding 10Tec's iGrid.NET control our decision was very easy. It is extremely easy to use, very well thought out and documented and the conversion went without a single problem. More time was spent removing the previous control than implementing this one!
We started with iGrid in 2002 after getting no response from SGrid's developer about lacking features. 10Tec implemented suggested features from several users, including ourselves, and grew iGrid into a very worthwhile ListView/Datagrid replacement. It's been improved constantly since it branched off from SGrid and we look forward to many great future enhancements. iGrid is also well-supported and is at the core of all our products. Our software wouldn't be possible without iGrid.
The more I learn about iGrid, the more I love it! Thank you!!!
Total review count for iGrid: 56
Average rating: 5 of 5 stars.
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Two new samples were added to the extra samples library for iGrid.NET. The first sample, CheckBoxIconTree, demonstrates how to implement a TreeListView with icons and checkboxes to select multiple rows:
The second new sample, Drop-Down Calendar with Date Ranges, provides you with a ready-to-use class that implements a drop-down calendar editor with the ability to limit the date selection range.
The earlier implemented Backup Manager sample was enhanced. Now it can be also used to back up and restore the contents of tree grids, including the expansion state of every tree node.
You can save $70 on every license for iGrid ActiveX or iGrid.NET. The discounted prices are effective till the end of June.
The new version 2.5 of vbAccelerator ImageList we support is available. The most significant enhancement in this release is the ability to upload 32-bit PNG files with translucency into this image list ActiveX control. You can do this both at design time using the property page of the control and at run time using the new AddFromPNG method. The design-time part of the control has been also updated to support high-resolution screens.
The first service update for iGrid ActiveX 6.5 has been released. The latest build improves the copy-paste functionality in multi-select mode, enhances the tree sort algorithm, and adds support for high-resolution screens in the LayoutCol property. Two critical bugs related to cell editing and other minor bugs revealed since the v6.5 was published have been fixed.
You can find the detailed description of every change and improvement in the What's New file for the grid control. The help file for iGrid has been also enhanced by new topics and minor corrections of found issues.
Google and other leaders of the web want to make it more secure as users expect this. We also took a step in this direction, and now every resource on this website is transported to your browser through a secure HTTP connection. All your user data passed to the server (forum login/password and the like) are also secured using an SSL certificate with a 2048-bit encryption key, as it is recommended by Google.
The 10Tec website has been tested in the new secure environment thoroughly by us and it should continue to work well. However, if you find any issues with using our website through HTTPS, let us know.
Our OCX Updater tool, which automates the process of ActiveX control replacements in VB6 projects, was updated. The minor changes in this update are mainly related to polished source code and interface enhancements, such as visual styles support in the latest versions of the OS:
This VB6 project references update tool is also redistributed with the used Microsoft TipeLib Information Objects library (TlbInf32.dll), which may be missing in the latest versions of Windows. Now you can download TlbInf32.dll together with the OCX Updater binaries and source code in one package.
A big and significant update for our ActiveX grid control is available. The new version of iGrid contains many performance improvements for existing methods and introduces new methods allowing you to perform some traditional tasks much faster with less code. Among the new members you will also find new cell properties and events.
This version fixes about a dozen of revealed bugs and increases the robustness of the control. Some changes and fixes are especially noticeable in Microsoft Access and enhances the overall user experience with the grid control in this development environment.
The help file for the product was redesigned and greatly enhanced with new topics and code samples. This update of iGrid is a "must have" update for all developers actively using it.
As always, all the changes are described in details in the comprehensive What's New document supplied with the control.
A service update for 10Tec iGrid.NET grid control was published. It fixes 3 minor bugs revealed by customers.
This updated has been also successfully tested for compatibility with the release version of Visual Studio 2017 published recently by Microsoft. The product demo installation was updated to support the latest version of Visual Studio as well.
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