Building a Product Listing App

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This space illustrates the simplest way to load a Rich Display grid with data, where all records are sent to the grid in bulk.


Last updated on July 3, 2019

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Product Listing

This space illustrates the simplest way to load a Rich Display grid with data, where all records are sent to the grid in bulk.

Grid Widget

The grid widget supports many capabilities that you can provide to your end-users with little to no manual coding. These capabilities include:

  • Column Sorting
  • Movable columns
  • Resizable columns
  • Export to Excel or CSV
  • Paging Bar
  • Row selection
  • Searching for data within the grid
  • Data filtering
  • Hiding columns
  • Context menus
  • Row Folding
  • Automatic database table reading with zero code
  • Row drag and drop
  • And more

Using Visual Designer to setup a Grid

You can use the Visual Designer to design the layout and the behavior of your grid. You can click to add or remove columns and visible rows. You can visually resize rows, columns, and headings. You can edit the heading text inline. You can also configure 100's of properties using the Properties Window on the right. Finally, each grid column can host one or more input or output widgets -- simply drag the desired widget into the first row of the grid in the Visual Designer.

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