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Differences between GridTree and GridData controls?

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103530 May 9,2012 06:13 PM UTC May 10,2012 09:07 AM UTC WPF 1
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Richard Kubina
Asked On May 9, 2012 06:13 PM UTC

Just wondering what factors would lead someone to chose the GridTree over the GridData control and vica versa?  The examples look very similar and I can't tell how they are different. 

Thank you,
Richard

Rajasekar [Syncfusion]
Replied On May 10, 2012 09:07 AM UTC

HI Richard,

 

Thank you for your update.

 

We have 5 different grids each derived from the same base grid but optimized for a special purpose.

 

Control

Description

GridDataControl

Standard data bound grid with good performance characteristics. Features such as grouping, filtering and sorting are built-in.

GridControl

Raw grid API optimized for performance. Can handle data display in a completely virtual manner with no specific binding. Very high update and scrolling speeds.

Spreadsheet control

Excel-like spreadsheet with full formula support. Uses Excel files as its persistence model.

Treegrid control

Tree-like UI with multiple column support. Can be used when Tree-like UI is required with virtualization and high performance.

PivotGrid control

Grid control with pivot UI. High performance Pivot engine is shipped with the control. Operations happen in memory with no dependence on a backend server.

 

Additional details on aspects to look for with a grid control are available in the below location,

 

Syncfusion Whitepaper: Syncfusion_Whitepaper_Selecting_Grid.zip

 

Please let us know if you have any queries.

 

Thanks,

Rajasekar


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