By using the 'DevExtreme MVC Controls' you get:
- Every Feature of DevExtreme in Your MVC App
- DevExtreme Widgets with Razor Code Syntax
- Seamless Data Binding
- Client-Side Data Validation
- 200+ Demos
- Visual Studio Integration
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Controls not wrappers
It takes a lot to bring a suite of controls to release state and you'll be happy to know that we've got the important bits for you covered:
- Technical Demos that cover 200+ use-case scenarios.
- Integrated Project Tools allow you to add DevExtreme controls to existing ASP.NET MVC and .NET Core projects.
- Visual Studio® 2017 Support
- C# and Visual Basic Support
- Strongly-Typed 'EditorFor' Helpers for DevExtreme Editors
This was a necessary piece of functionality that we wanted to make sure was there before release. 'EditorFor' helpers simplify the data binding of DevExtreme editors to model properties. 'EditorFor' helpers auto populate widget properties (e.g. name, value, placeholder, validation settings, etc.).
More to come
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