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Posted On Friday, August 18, 2006 6:54 AM

New IG DevCenter knowledge base articles
Developer Support has been working hard over the last month and generated a bunch of new KB articles: HOWTO: Use themes and skins to style NetAdvantage ASP.NET controls (updated):<http://devcen... HOWTO: How do I deploy an ASP.NET application for NetAdvantage 2006? (updated):<http://devcen... HOWTO: Basics of using Infragistics controls in Master and Content ......

Posted On Friday, August 11, 2006 2:14 PM

Using Data Binding with the UltraChart
The standard non-composite charts in the UltraChart control support two primary methods of binding data. The first method is the traditional .NET Data binding method, which uses a DataSource property to set the actual data source and the DataBind() method to cause the bind to happen. The second method uses Series objects to provide data to the UltraChart. In this article I am going to introduce you to the first method, using the traditional .NET Data Binding to bind data to the UltraChart. Understanding ......

Posted On Friday, August 11, 2006 11:52 AM

UltraWebChart Session deployment
The UltraWebChart has two in-the-box options for deployment: FileSystem or Session. The FileSystem option basically writes the rendered chart image to the web servers disk drive, and renders a standard image tag to the web page which points to that image as its src: <IMG id=UltraChart1_BaseImage src="/devin/ChartImages/Cha... .../> While a simple and reliable deployment option, the FileSystem option does have some drawbacks. 1) It requires that you give the ASPNET user Write ......

Posted On Wednesday, August 9, 2006 7:12 AM

Spice up your WinForms apps with a dash of WPF
Infragistics Windows Forms product manager Andrew Flick shows how you can add a bit of spice to your WinForms applications by the using WinForms/WPF interop technology known as Crossbow ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 8, 2006 2:01 PM

APTCA marked NetAdvantage assemblies
Just noticed that Tony, our ASP.NET product manager has already blogged about this, but in case you did not see it, we finally released APTCA marked assemblies for both CLR1 and CLR2 of NetAdvantage 6.2. This special version of the controls marked with the ATPC (“Allow Partically Trusted Callers”) attribute means that you can now deploy the assemblies into Medium trust hosting environments, such as those generally used by DotNetNuke or Sharepoint. More info, including download links here: ......

Posted On Friday, August 4, 2006 8:02 PM

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