Revolution 3.5 launched
mfstuart at cox.net
Thu Apr 9 16:21:28 CDT 2009
Thanx for letting me know. I went thru that, and that's how I was able to
learn how to use the new control so quickly.
Sorry to say, but I get excited in a hurry when I get new toys to play with.
I remember as a young kid (about 6-7), I got a fire truck for Christmas, it
had 2 fireman in the front seat.
Everything was functional on it. To say the least, I was happy to the point
I wanted to take it apart and see how it all worked.
To say, I guess that's why I'm a software developer today. I get excited
about toys and the next thing I want is to take it apart and see what it can
Devin Asay wrote:
> On Apr 9, 2009, at 2:29 PM, mfstuart wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I just got v3.50 installed, registered, working, and now seeing the
>> Grid work in a quick example I built.
>> I typed some scripts that connected to MSSQL thru ODBC, and loaded
>> the data
>> right into the Data Grid group control. Awesome! :)
>> THANX TO ALL INVOLVED WITH THIS RELEASE!!
>> I've been waiting 3 years for this new control, and now I can show off
>> RunRev as a true developers tool - not that it wasn't before. But
>> this takes
>> it up to several levels higher.
>> I can't wait to really dig in and see what this is capable of.
>> Any chance that folks could start to build stack examples using the
>> Grid and uploading them to RevOnline?
>> What all can it do? How many ways can the grid display data?
>> Can it display true tree node structures in it?
> Ben Beaumont has uploaded a very nice Data Grids Tour stack to Rev
> Online. It should have lots of examples, plus step by step instructions.
> Devin Asay
> Humanities Technology and Research Support Center
> Brigham Young University
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