Posts in: LightSwitch

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Convincing Your Manager: Why a Control Toolkit is Worth the Investment

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April 17, 2015 in ASP.NET, ASP.NET Wijmo, General, HTML5, LightSwitch, MVC, Silverlight, Wijmo, WinForms, WinRT XAML, WPF, Xuni by Jody Handley

You’re convinced: buying this control set will save you and your team hours of work, saved opportunity costs, improve your problem solving skills and generally make rainbow unicorns out of… Read the rest.

ComponentOne Studio Controls

Build vs. Buy: 3 Reasons to Build a Control, and 3 Reasons to Buy

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April 16, 2015 in ASP.NET, General, HTML5, LightSwitch, Silverlight, Wijmo, WinForms, WinRT XAML, WPF, Xuni by Jody Handley

How much are you willing to pay to make your life easier? What’s an hour of your time worth? We’re pretty DIY-y folks at my house. I like to sew.… Read the rest.

ROI Calculator Cost/Benefit Anaylsis

A Simple ROI Calculator: Kicking Off the Software Build vs. Buy Conversation

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April 10, 2015 in ASP.NET, ASP.NET Wijmo, Developer News, Evangelists, General, HTML5, iPhone, LightSwitch, MVC, Silverlight, Wijmo, Windows Phone, WinForms, WinRT XAML, WPF, Xuni by Jody Handley

One of our partners recently asked us for an ROI Calculator—that handy tool that determines whether you should build or buy. As product managers and developers, we at GrapeCity understand… Read the rest.

GrapeCity 2015 Roadmap

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March 3, 2015 in Announcements, ASP.NET, HTML5, LightSwitch, MVC, Spread, SpreadJS, Wijmo, WinForms, WPF, Xuni by C1_BernardoC

This is the time of year in which our clients and many of my co-workers begin inquiring as to what lies ahead here at GrapeCity in 2015. I have tons… Read the rest.

Display Row Index in C1FlexGrid for LightSwitch

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January 5, 2015 in LightSwitch by Reeva

With this blog, we will be discussing on how to display the Row Index in C1FlexGrid for LightSwitch while maintaining the delete icon and new row icon in row header… Read the rest.