We’ve spent about 3 months porting from Visual WebGUI over to WiseJ. It actually would have been a lot quicker but we took extra time to refresh the look and feel. I thought you guys might like to check it out.
We used Microsoft’s Azure portal as inspiration for the look and feel
I have managed to implement a Bindable Multi Column Combo Box using a DataGridView as the drop down, as there were various features that I needed that go beyond a standard MCCB.
Along the way I have discovered a couple of issues which are being looked at by Wise J that are not show stoppers.
My main reason for commenting though is how much simpler and robust the implementation is than when achieving the same thing using VWG!
The Date Picker control which can be bound on Nullable Value has avoided the need to create my own control which I had to do on VWG.
So I am very impressed so far and am looking forward to using Wise J in anger!
If you are talking about the left hand side it is just a FlowLayoutPanel set to TopDown. Then each menu item is just a usercontrol with a picturebox and a label with some text and we set different appearance keys if it is selected or not. When we add the usercontrol we set the width of the usercontrol to the same as the Flowlayout panel.
VS version: VS2015/VS2017
report control: Stimulsoft
orm: LinqToSql and little bit of datasets/datareader against Azure SQL
mvvm/mvc: Not using them at all however I want to start looking at one
Additional UI libraries: Nothing else at the moment
Hosting: Azure on VM’s
Very nice. If it is possible, can you share info about technologies and components used ?
(e.g.: Wisej of course 🙂 , c#/vb.net, VS version, report control, orm, mvvm/mvc, additional UI libraries, etc… ?)
thanks for videos and info,