Since 2007 Dapfor has developed high-quality software for modern applications that require high performance and reliability. One of the main components of such applications is a grid, i.e. a component that displays data in tabular form. Dapfor .Net Grid was initially designed for electronic trading systems with their stringent requirements to robustness, low consumption of memory and CPU resources, ergonomic and simple user interface and rich API. These requirements have a common objective - to gain the first place on the market, to improve development time and to ensure productive work in run-time. As the result, Dapfor has created the a productive and robust hierarchical grid. It can be used in a great variety of applications (not just for financial markets). It makes software user-friendly, reduces CPU and memory consumption and considerably accelerates development time with multiple services included in the grid and RAD (rapid application development) patterns.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 (MS Visual Studio 2010) allows Visual Studio 2010 programmers to create Windows applications for their end users fast. Visual Studio 2010 developers can extend the standard functionality available inside the Visual Studio 2010 IDE with a variety of Visual Studio 2010 add-ins and Visual Studio 2010 tools. The extensibility of Visual Studio 2010 software is one of the main reasons it has proved to be so popular with developers, as Visual Studio 2010 software engineers can find Visual Studio 2010 downloads from other companies or other developers to act as a Visual Studio 2010 extension to their Visual Studio 2010 IDE.
The versatility of Visual Studio 2010 also extends to various forms of Visual Studio 2010 software components. Visual Studio 2010 controls can be used to create feature rich Visual Studio 2010 user interfaces on forms and Web pages for Visual Studio 2010 apps. These Visual Studio 2010 UI controls are augmented by non-visual Visual Studio 2010 components or Visual Studio 2010 libraries that can help a developer add many hidden features in Visual Studio 2010 applications running in the background. These non-visual components are commonly available as a Visual C++ library, Visual C++ Class library, Visual Basic library, Visual Basic Class library or as a Visual Basic custom control or ActiveX/OCX component.
An example of a visual Visual Studio 2010 control is Janus GridEx for .NET, a .NET UI control that allows you to create an MS Outlook style or look and feel to your latest Visual Basic project. A non-visual .NET component example is a Visual Studio 2010 compatible product that allows you to create and output files in different formats, such as: PDF, XPS, PostScript, RTF, HTML, XML to help solve file conversion and document storage needs.
Other examples of a visual Visual Studio 2010 control is BCGControlBar Professional, a Visual C++ Class Library that allows you to create an MS Office Ribbon style or look and feel to your latest Visual C++ project. A non-visual Visual C++ Class Library component example is a Visual C++ compatible product call IP*Works! C++ Edition that allows you to send emails via SMTP and POP or to transfer files reliably using HTTP or FTP Internet protocols from within your Visual C++ program.
The Visual Studio 2010 software products listed in this Visual Studio 2010 product gallery will allow you to save a lot of time and effort in creating your new Visual Studio 2010 app. Whether you are looking for a Visual Studio 2010 plug-in or Visual Studio 2010 utility, or you are looking for a Visual Studio 2010 control or a Visual Studio 2010 component, you will be able to find a wide variety of Visual Studio 2010 tools to help you finish your project faster.
We also have other Visual Studio product galleries for: Visual Studio 2008, Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio .NET and Visual Studio compatible products.
Right-to-left support available in grid, editors, context menus, tooltips and reports. May 24, 2012
February 17, 2012
Version 2.6 also improves performance while receiving updates from an IBindingList. October 12, 2011