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Do you have any best practices in order to avoid lag while scrolling in your Datagrid control (DependencyObject vs INotifiedPropertyChanged, DataTemplate, etc.)?
I have to optimize my code because the scrolling experience is not very smooth... Where do I start?
everybody. In my application I need to refresh my data
frequently. This refresh is just a Rows.Clear() and Rows.Add() of
items of my ItemSource that is a Table. In normal conditions, the
process is Ok, but when I start to use AutoFilter option, my refresh
process becomes very slow which is very noticeable when large data
Xceed has been working for over 1.5 years and has put over 18000 person-hours of work on one single new Silverlight control, so that with only a couple of lines of code, you can achieve some magic.
A bit of history.
At Xceed, we've been creating components and class libraries for Windows developers for 16 years. Our first datagrid control ...
Hello,I have a few questions/problems in regards to the WPF datagrid. I am evaluating your program and we are ready to buy it if I can solve these little problems. I created a sample originally based on your sample LargeDataSets. My real application currently uses Xceed grids (winform). We want to change to datagrid WPF mostly because of ...
I would like to know if the DataGridControl has been optimized to exploit multi core CPU.
Because, my sotware uses only 50% of my CPU (I have a dual core) when the datagrid is scrolling (in master-detail scenario with thousands of rows and TableflowView)... and the screen lag.
If not, do you plan to use all CPU power in a future ...
I need a WPF grid for displaying mostly read-only data that I have in memory, typically about 8000 rows with 5 columns.
I have spend a couple of days evaluating the options. I must say that I am very pleased with the xceed wpf grid, especially how easy it is to make visual changes - e.g. putting an icon in a column header: solved in ...
I'm conducting a comparison test of WPF data grids available on the market. In the promo announcement of your grid you have clearly stated that it outperformed other grids like ''I'', ''S'' and other. I think I understand what grids you are talking about.
Unfortunately, after having finished my tests, I reckon that xCeed is actually ...
I'm comparing the latest versions of Xceed, DevExpress and Infragistics datagrids here. Xceed is by far the nicest to work with, and also the most feature-rich, but unforunately, it is also by far the worst performing.
In my example, I have 100,000 rows and 3 columns based on an in-memory collection of custom objects.
For all grids, I've ...
In the past two years, Xceed has worked on the performance of Xceed DataGrid for WPF, and with August's release of v3.0, we feel we've achieved a great level of performance. The best in the industry if you not only count scrolling speed, but loading, sorting and grouping time as well.
Despite the new performance increases, ...
Thanks, but how do you know this is the fault of the graphics programmer?
First of all, it could be a graphics card driver issue, I'll talk about that later. However, let's assume it isn't.
Don't forget, in order to achieve a stylable, editable control like this, we have to go through the appropriate WPF APIs and layers of abstraction. We ...