• .NET Mobile

    RadTips Episode 3: Client-Side Sorting in the RadGrid

    August 16, 2008 Share
    In celebration of the fact that the weekend is upon us, I'd like to leave you all with another exciting RadTips episode. This episode covers yet another client-side databinding technique: sorting. Client-side databinding is an advanced feature of the RadGrid, and something only found in the latest and greatest bits from the RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX suite. This episode walks you through how to implement sorting when using this new feature. The demo users other cool ASP.NET features like LINQ to XML and Page Methods, so be sure to check it out. As always, the video is available in WMV...
  • .NET Mobile

    RadTips, Episode 2: Client-Side Paging in the RadGrid

    August 05, 2008 Share
    Here for your viewing pleasure is the second episode in my new series, RadTips. In this episode I show you how to implement paging in the RadGrid when binding data to the grid on the client. This is an important feature to know because it must be implemented on the client if that is where databinding occurs. As always, your comments are welcome. Please bear with me as I get the hang of screencasting, but don't hesitate to offer your feedback if you'd like to suggest how I can improve the shows. Also, if the size of the embedded video is...
  • .NET Mobile

    RadTips, Episode 1: Client-Side DataBinding in the RadGrid

    I am pleased to bring you the first of many episodes from my new video series, RadTips. These episodes will be posted regularly here on the Telerik blogs, and each will highlight a specific feature of a RadControl in a short, concise screencast. The point of this effort is to bring you quick tips on how to take advantage of the features of our RadControls without having to devote more than a few minutes of your time to the learning process. In this first episode, we'll take a look at client-side data binding with the RadGrid. There are no bells and...
  • .NET Mobile

    Browser Inconsistencies with Scrolling and Padding

    The other day I was researching a slight RadGrid header and data cell misalignment when using scrolling with static headers. Finally, it turned out that there is a breaking change in the way Firefox 3 treat scrollable elements with an applied padding style. To be more specific, this browser version does not include the padding zone into the scrollable area, and as a result, the inner area of the element becomes smaller. Safari 2 and 3 behave the same way. Here is a very simple testing scenario:   <div style="width:400px">      <div style="width:100px;padding-right:300px;background:orange;overflow:auto">          <div style="width:500px;height:100px;background:yellow">&nbsp;</div>      </div>  </div>      The above HTML code will be displayed by Firefox 3, Firefox 2, IE7, Opera 9 and Safari...