One of our primary goals for DevExtreme in 2017 was to improve our HTML5 Scheduler's performance. I'm happy to report that the DevExtreme Scheduler's client-side rendering performance is faster than ever. Check out the difference when compared to our previous v16.2 release:Read more
I'm happy to announce that we've been working on a new Data Grid for the React library. We're calling it the 'DevExtreme React Grid' and it'll be available in the coming weeks as a community technology preview (CTP).Read more
The DevExtreme set of widgets provide you great features, functionality, beauty, and integration with popular frameworks like Angular. Getting started is easy with DevExtreme because it's available through the installer and also these great package managers: npm, bower, and NuGet! Today, I'm happy to announce that we're making it even easier, because now you can also get DevExtreme on GitHub:Read more
Mobile devices come in different screen sizes and resolutions and nearly all of them are connected to the world wide web (aka internet). Due to this variety, web developers have a tough job to make sure our websites look good for both desktop and mobile browsers.
To help you make responsive websites, these DevExtreme widgets have features that are optimized for use on a mobile device: dxDataGrid, dxForm, dxMenu, dxToolBar and dxScheduler. For example, compare the dxDataGrid on tablet and phone devices:Read more
We just released DevExtreme v16.1.8 and added a helpful new Visual Studio integration feature. You can now right-click on your Visual Studio project and enable it to start using the DevExtreme MVC wrappers. Here are the steps:Read more