GridQuick is a grid generation framework. It dynamically generates grid views and forms from your database across multiple platforms.
You'll leverage GridQuick if the software you're making contains a lot of repetitive table views and forms to manipulate the data. In that case GridQuick drastically cuts front-end development time.
Limit access to a grid on your back-end based on whatever you want just by overriding a simple method.
Filter values are stored per user to your database, so they are available on every platform at once.
Download filtered grid which is rendered on your front-end.
Validate what goes into your grid by creating a regex, setting the column required or simply changing the control type.
When your column can contain multiple values.
Your user is able to search for values in it.
A fabulous WYSIWYG HTML Editor.
When the type of your column is a date.
Let's create our first grid!
First, create procedures for displaying data in your Microsoft SQL Server database (you can create procedures for updating and deleting data as well). You can include parameters into the procedure which will act like data filters.
Then open up your GridQuick Editor and connect to your database.
By clicking New grid in the main window a grid settings menu pops up. You are able to specify settings which include name, title as well as stored procedures for data manipulation. You can add some new columns and filters here, too.
Let's add a column. Columns are displayed as fields in create/edit forms.
Some field controls (like dropdowns) have to be filled with options. You specify an SQL command to do so. You can specify a regex for field validation.
In the same manner you can add filters which will be used as parameters into the stored procedure.
Grids and GridQuick libraries are free forever, the only thing that's paid is GridQuick Editor.
Existing grids work even after your GridQuick Editor license has expired.
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