DevExpress Universal Bewertungen

Durchschnittliche Bewertungspunkte:  4.5 (52)

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Name vorenthalten Korea, Republik5 Stern

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Mauro Rigoni Italien3 Stern

Buon prodotto ma troppo "pesante" sia come risorse che come file da distribuire e gestire.

timUnited Kingdom3 Stern
Great suite of controls - used for several years now, But the help and support so severely lacking its almost useless. I use CSLA.NET so binding to ILists is important for me and most of the examples bind to a dataset (who uses datasets in serious application development anyway). Hours and hours of searching through KB articles and forums are sometimes required to find information and then you give up and spend hours and hours using test harnesses. You cannot seem to be able to control databinding in anyway. Why can't dev express have an attribute that can be applied to prevent binding on a given property (they may already have it but the help and support is so poor I've never been able to find it). The help and examples stop short at anything more than a simple desktop application - anything involving N-Tiers and your on your own, Must be a serious market for a decent book to be written on this suite. In summation any product is only as good as its help and support so I can only give three stars - a shame for an otherwise excellent product.
Johnson_ForrestUSA5 Stern
Our small company decided to go with DevExpress because of their reputation and solid products, and I must say am I glad we did. We initially only needed a few components in their suite, but as our requirements changed and we needed more, it was sure nice to be able to get matching components without having to go to another company. They have it all! Also, I've felt the documentation to be fair for the components we've used. There online support system is top notch too. Questions are usually addressed within a day.
sistemassagamColombia5 Stern
Developer Express has the best .NET components. In my opinion their products are the best on the market. The ease of development in design time is amazing!
brandnewxCambodia5 Stern
DXPerience for Winforms is just awesome! It contains a shipload of pretty-looking professional controls that has tons and tons of features. The layout controls save me hours manual aligning, resizing and positioning of controls. Now the controls just snap right in the way they should be with much less effort. The grid controls have all capabilities you can imagine: Master-detail relationship, pivot, sorting, filtering, advance filtering, grouping, data validation, formatting rule, layout backup/restoration, inline editor, linq support, and many more. The grids support several innovative view modes including the standard grid view, banded grid view, card view and layout view. In addition to layout and grid controls, DXPerience has almost all the editor controls in the world: text, rich text, number, percentage, mask, font, color, etc. Now my users can enter data in many forms that you like. Have I talked about the printing system and reporting? This is the best part. The printing system is so robust that it can instantly print WinForm controls and DXperience controls in addition to the DXperience's report format. It is so full-featured that I print anything I want whether it's formatted text, table, image, barcode or .NET controls, yet it's surprisingly easy to use.
ckorthUSA5 Stern
I have been using the win form controls for many years and could not live without them. The grid is great and I use most of the other win controls exclusively on all my projects. For the winforms controls I would give it 5 stars and have always recommended the package to other developers On the other hand I would rank the other aspects of the DXExperience as follows DXexperience - 10 stars. Great product! ASPexperience - 1 star. Simply atrocious and cannot keep VS2008 running when adding their controls to any form with a master page. Only control I found stable was the menu. CodeRush - 3 stars. Worked great until VS2008. Now causes VS2008 to become sluggish. Also cannot seem to turn it on and off on the fly. Had to uninstall RefactorPro - 3 stars. Same problem as CodeRush xPressApp - 0 stars. Couldn't figure out what to use it for. Lacking sufficient documentation and ideas All of my criticisms regarding this product probably stem for one significant fact about developer express. No matter how good your product is, if you can't adequately explain how to use it in your documentation, then you may as well hang it up. They have a long tradition of having the absolute worse documentation I have ever seen in a product that basically costs over a thousand dollars and then hundreds each year for the subscription renewal. I applaud them for their frequent updates to their controls, but they need a complete overhaul of their documentation. Some real world concepts would be great. So with all these complaints why do I renew each year? (have been using the grid since it was a standalone in 2002) Because the winform capabilites are so superior to anything else out there so it justifies the cost. And each year I send them an email complaining about their documentation along with my renewal. :-)
AbdurahmanSaudi Arabia4 Stern
I have spent about 6 months searching and testing many components. but, I did not find what I can say is as perfect, complete or fast a solution as Devexpress. Just one thing I dislike is that they don't support right to left RTL.
Anonym3 Stern
I was initially flabbergasted at the massive quantity of controls included in the package and was very excited to begin using them in my Windows Forms and ASP.NET projects. However, once I had made my purchase and installed the product, I found myself struggling to figure out exactly how all these flashy gadgets worked. The Helpfile was all but useless as it lacked all but the most rudimentary examples for only a handful of the controls. The rest was dry, auto-generated help content that is completely useless. As another poster noted, their forum support is a bit slow and many times is as useless as the help file. Unless you're an absolute expert in .Net, you'd probably be better off starting with some other control suite.
h.kammererGermany5 Stern

DevExpress liefert die beste Komponentensammlung für Win-Forms. Bis auf wenige fehlende Funktionen (und natürlich ein paar Bugs) ist die Sammlung vollständig, die Hilfe verständlich und ausführlich. Es sind viele Beispiele vorhanden, durch die man die vielen Einsatzmöglichkeiten dargestellt bekommt. Auch der Support und die Newsgroups sind hilfreich, die Antworten von DevExpress oder anderen Benutzern kommen (oft, aber nicht immer) schnell. Vor allem wenn man die Sammlung mit Konkurrenzprodukten vergleicht, kommt kein anderer Hersteller auch nur annähernd an diese Qualität heran. Einzig die ASP.NET-Komponenten sind noch nicht komplett. Die wichtigsten GUI-Elemente (Grid und allgemeine Editoren) sind noch nicht auf das neue Konzept umgesetzt und die alte Grid-Komponente ist nicht besonders gut. Aber ich bin sicher, das die nächste Version auch ein Hammer sein wird. Bis jetzt hat es DevExpress immer geschafft, ca. im 4 Wochen-Rythmus ein kleines Update zu bringen, 3-4 Mal im Jahr gibt es ein großes Update mit neuen Funktionen. Viel Spaß damit, Holger

steve.sharkeyUnited Kingdom5 Stern
I've given this full stars now - with the proviso that I'm still waiting on better help but felt I should give an update on the support side of things. It appears to have been a little hiccup I was suffering from because I've since had nothing but excellent fast responsive support from their support staff. Steve Sharkey Technical Director FirmVisual Ltd
steve.sharkeyUnited Kingdom4 Stern
I'd really like to give it 5 stars and can probably upgrade it to 5 stars with just a little extra attention... So what's good? The components themselves are very nice to use and there appears to be plenty of depth behind them too. I was looking at upgrading our current suite of components but for 90% of our projects the DevExpress Professional .NET suite has it all - and at a fraction of the cost of upgrading to the latest versions of our existing suites (Crystal reports, Infragistics, Steema Graphs, contour cube). Like I say this suite may not have the absolute power as some of those in their chosen field but for 90% of our requirements they provide it all. And what lets it down? I'm afraid like many components these days their help files are somewhat lacking. There is hope however as the coverage appears to be based on the age of the components so with the passage of time the newer components help files may get updated and improved (specifically: XtraLayoutControl suite and XtraCharts). There appears to be a worrying trend towards what appears like automatically generated helpfiles that give volume at the expense of helpful content. Where detailed technical help is provided there is no contextual sample code. And providing a sample application is not really sufficient because I have rarely seen a realistic sample app that does things the way a production application would. The main omissions here I feel is the getting started type tutorial and the task based help. Having said that as I suggested before this appears to be something they have in common with many other component suppliers (I was very disappointed at the .NET help for Contour Cube having been an enthusiastic supporter of their excellent ocx version and also of the dramatic reduction in quality of help that comes with the Infragistics suite.) And finally.... They really aren't very responsive when it comes to emails. On average emails have taken 48 hours to be responded to which in the fast paced development cycle we work in is very limiting. Having finally ordered the product yesterday I find I can't yet install the purchased product because I have not yet received my registration details from ComponentSource. Steve Sharkey Technical Director FirmVisual Ltd