ASPxperience Screencasts: Customization & Client-Side Events

Check out these 5 new screencasts. Three show you how to customize the ASPxperience products and one shows you how to discover and use the client-side events.

image The first lesson shows how to handle one of our ASPx control’s client-side event. You’ll also learn how to use the online documentation to learn more about client-side APIs. You may find the related blog post useful as well:

Client-Side Manipulation: Using Client APIs and Handling Client-Side Events

   
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In the second you’ll learn how to use the default.css file to customize the appearance of an ASPx control:

Appearance Customization: Using a Custom CSS File

   
image In this screencast you’ll learn how to create a new AutoFormat based on a web control’s customized visual properties and apply it to other controls of the same type.

Appearance Customization: Creating and Applying a New AutoFormat

   
image This screencast shows how to create a new theme based on a web control’s customized visual properties. You can then apply it to other controls of the same type.

Appearance Customization: Creating and Applying a New Theme

   
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The last screencast shows how to create a toolbar emulation with the ASPxMenu. You can also read the technical post on it here: Create Ribbon-Like Toolbars with ASPxMenu

ASPxMenu: How to Create a Toolbar Emulation

 

You can also access all these screencasts on the DevExpress Channel here: ASPxperience lessons.

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