• Dan
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I've used iGrid in a number of applications. Here's one example.

iGrid was used to create a utility tool for tidying up data in one of our applications. There are 3 iGrids visible in the example screenshot below - the two tree views which show hierarchical location data (in this case the user is selecting to move the location "TS001" from the "FINAL ETS" parent on the left to the "REWORK" parent node on the right), and the list of log entries below - as this is a simulated example the log entries don't match up with the status information below it, but normally the log grid would be updated continuously as data is moved in blocks and these rows are also written to a log file.


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