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    Need grid for .Net WinForm

    My .Net winform application could do with a boost. I need some advice on a high performance grid to use. My current solution has a complex API and it is also very slow. I would need some help in this regard.

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    We use grid control from sync fusionShailesh

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    vb.net grid

    you can use datagridview in your .net application , nothing complicated about it and very simple to use and free. If you want to know how to use datagridview step by step check the following link.

    vb.net :

    http://vb.net-informations.com/datag...w_tutorial.htm

    c#

    http://csharp.net-informations.com/d...w-tutorial.htm

    Hope the above link will help you.

    thanks
    Antonio

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    a reply to .Net question

    I just want to share what I have learnt after asking this question months ago. Lots of time has gone by and i feel it is only fitting that i shed light on this post. I have tried other solutions out there until I came across Dapfor’s .Net Grid. It was superbly fast and does not consume your memory space. The user interface is also quite simple. It would not be difficult for you to use. Many other solutions exist out there but I singled Dapfor’s out because it suits my needs. Hope that helps.

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