• .NET Mobile

    Performance Tip: Use Web Service Load On Demand with RadTreeView

    A common scenario for a treeview control is to populate it with lots of nodes. Adding a few thousand nodes initially is not a good idea though. Think of all the rendered HTML. Even rendering a few thousand strings (without any extra markup) will result in a few megabytes of HTML. That's where load on demand comes into play. RadTreeView supports three different types of load on demand: web service, server side callback and server side postback. From those the server-side postback mode is least efficient in terms of performance because it postbacks and updates the whole page. Here is how...
    August 06, 2008