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Recensioni di DevExpress ASP.NET

Punteggio medio recensioni: 4.5 (17)

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jamestownsendtaylorCA, USA5 stella
DeveloperExpress is exactly that, i.e. it speeds up development time. Who wants to build custom controls? I know I can do it and have done it many times. Buy why reinvent the wheel and why major in... Per saperne di più

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Anonimo3 stella
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... Per saperne di più
jamestownsendtaylorCA, USA5 stella
DeveloperExpress is exactly that, i.e. it speeds up development time. Who wants to build custom controls? I know I can do it and have done it many times. Buy why reinvent the wheel and why major in control development. Leave that to those that specialize in it and let your focus be on the business. That is how to make money. Control development can be a blackhole. There is so much ready to go in DeveloperExpress to satisfy most specialized needs. And besides, it will give a consistency and a cosmetic facelift to your application that is worth the little amount invested for the suite. The suite has a similar look-and-feel that is across web and desktop apps and once a developer learns the ropes on one platform the knowledge is easily transferable across other UI types. The controls are easy to learn and use and there is so much great online help and support that one need not be worried that it will take too much time to learn how to start using the controls. At TaylorMade Software Inc. ( we have used these controls for the last 15 years and it has been a big part of our success stories, time/money savings and why we are recommending them to others. We have used them on projects at Callaway Golf, EncoreNationwide, Media Services, and many other clients over the years. Do yourself a favor and evaluate them against the other big 3 out there for .NET and I think you will agree that DevExpress is a good choice. And you can even get bundled the CodeRush productivity tool now when you get the full suite. You can't beat that. And I have known Mehul Harry for over 15 years now and know that his experience and expertise is behind the product constantly improving to meet the needs of the .NET developer community.
Anonimo5 stella

DevExpress provides an excellent set of tools and controls to enhance Microsoft Visual Studio. This review focuses on the subset of its product line devoted to ASP.NET. The DevExpress ASP.NET Controls make it possible with little or no programming to quickly support user requirements to access data. This set of tools provides enhanced usability out of the box so that you can use Visual Studio to identify a data source and quickly populate a grid, chart, or similar ASP.NET web page with data.

R0man cliente verificato5 stella
ASPxperience (DXperience ASP.NET): good concept, frequent updates with corrections and new functionalities. Respond well to needs of real world.
ckorthUSA5 stella
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 stella
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.
kwhite6USA5 stella
I have tried many of the component suites and DXperience is the best I have seen. The grid component alone will save you hours of coding time with its built in sorting capabilities. All of the components play nice together. My only complaint is that you sometimes have to dig to find exactly what some property or method does. Between the built-in help, web docs and the news groups I have always found the answer I need.
Anonimo3 stella
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.
cmehtaUSA5 stella
I give XtraReports software 5 out of 5. I found XtraReports very easy to use in creating complex reports. Support is great and the tutorials/demo are helpful. I have also played with creating run-time report which is easy to design. Keep up the good work
Anonimo5 stella
I highly recommend the XtraReports reporting tool. I found it much easier to develop with compared to Crystal Reports; not to mention that it has more features than the Crystal Reports that is provided with VS 2003. XtraReports can be used to build static reports or to build reports dynamically. It includes a lot of great built in features as well; such as being able to convert your report to a PDF or opening the report in a separate window. The tools on the toolbar save me a lot of coding time. XtraReports definitely makes developing reports easy.
NTDAustralia5 stella
I was trying to find the 7 out of 5 option but unfortunately can only select 5. We spent close to 18 months trialing all of the major Component Suites. Value for Money Straight up the amount of components and range of components that you receive with DevExpress is impressive, there isn't a need for any other components (where as with all the others we would have required to purchase either a general controls UI suite or more detailed grid control or Full Outlook style calendar, DevExpress has the lot) Performance From tests that we performed, we couldn't flaw the speed of the grid control and the editors that come with the suite. DevExpress has it's own skinning technology which we originally didn't like as we were concerned about performance hits, but you won't notice much difference at all, even with over 100 controls on a form. Support Although it may take a while for a reply their Knowledge Base, Support Center and Client Center are brilliant, nearly all information is at your fingertips. The Help file is good just sometimes requires a little "digging" to get to what you want, however with the amount of components a complex help system is inevitable. Frequency of Updates We purchased an enterprise subscription and find generally at least 1-2 updates a month. Even going from the minors 6.1 - 6.3 there was 4 (possibly more) components added to it! so your value has just increased again. Overall We wouldn't look back, NTD and DevExpress will have a long term relationship.