From the Back Cover
DevExpress offers a comprehensive set of presentation and reporting components that add advanced functionality to any ASP.NET-driven website. This book introduces you to these professional controls and shows you how, when, and where to use them in order to maximize productivity and get you up and running in the shortest time possible. You'll gain a solid understanding of how to incorporate DevExpress controls in vertical applications and to fully leverage their power and flexibility.
Addresses usage of the ASPxGridView, ASPxPivotGrid, ASPxTreeList, and ASPxDataView
Includes coverage of controls such as XtraCharts and XtraReports, along with the DevExpress HTML Editor
Demonstrates creation of high-performance ASP.NET applications
Explains the critical importance of executing database-specific operations on the database server with eXpress Persistent Objects (XPO)
Reviews differences between Windows® and web applications
On the DevExpress CD
- Over 40 WinForms Controls
- Includes the entire XtraEditors Suite for WinForms
- Over 20 ASP.NET Controls
- Includes the entire ASPxperience Suite for ASP.NET
- Silverlight Controls
- Includes the DevExpress DataGrid and Menu-Toolbar for Silverlight
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About the Author
Julian Bucknall is the Chief Technology Officer for DevExpress, a software company that writes some great controls and tools for .NET and Delphi. He is responsible for technology oversight at DevExpress. Julian is the author of the Tomes of Delphi: Algorithms and Data Structures from WordWare Publishing, Inc, the author of blog.boyet.com and the ctodx blog at DevExpress. Julian is an ex-Brit, residing in Colorado with his beautiful wife and considers himself a programmer by trade, an actor by ambition, and an algorithm guy by osmosis as well as a contributor to PCPlus, the UK’s premier technology magazine.
Joe Kunk received his B.S. in Computer Science from Michigan State University in 1984 and has worked as a business analyst, software developer, manager, and entrepreneur in the fields of education, government, and IT consulting. Joe is a Microsoft MVP, President of the Greater Lansing User Group for .Net, Board Member of the Lansing IT Council, Senior Consultant at A. J. Boggs & Company, and cofounder of Listen IT Solutions, LLC. Joe lives in Okemos, Michigan and enjoys the many events at the MSU Wharton Center for Performing Arts, speaking about technology at user groups and regional conferences, and family time with his wife and two daughters.