data grid question
bdrunrev at gmail.com
Tue Jun 23 03:41:54 CDT 2009
Did you watch the first webinar on the DataGrid? I think that is by
far the easiest way to grasp why the DataGrid is useful. Basically,
the DataGrid serves to style the presentation of rows of complex data.
One's options for doing this in Rev go (in increasing power and
complexity) field, table field, ListMagic, DataGrid.
The great thing about all these questions on the DG is that a) they
have given Trevor ideas how to expand it further, b) they've found a
few bugs, c) they will provide lots of additional information for you
if/when you ever decide you too need to use a DG in your code.
On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 4:41 AM, Joe Lewis Wilkins<pepetoo at cox.net> wrote:
> I've not even considered using the datagrid control, but I've noticed an
> awful lot of traffic regarding it on this list.
> Since, once I understand how something really works, I've wondered if a
> description of the concept behind datagrid has been provided. Probably a
> real stupid question, but we have some pretty bright people on this list. It
> seems to me that most of these threads would most likely be unnecessary if
> there is one; or like many other things with revolution, this description is
> too well hidden, not readily obvious to the first time user of the datagrid
> control. Please forgive me if I'm waaaay off base with this.
> Joe Wilkins
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