DataView for Xojo by piDog Software
- [Change] Changed DoubleClick(row,column) event to CellDoubleClick(row,column)
- [Change] Added DoubleClick(x,y) event
- [New] Added HeadingTextBold property to render all column headers as bold text
- [New] Added PageUp, PageDown, PageLeft, and PageRight events
- [New] Horizontal pagescroll now tries to scroll to closest column boundary
- [New] Added PageScrollToColumnBounds to allow turning off new page-scroll-to-column behavior
- [New] Added HeadingTextPadding property to allow control of padding space around heading text
- [All] No longer sets empty string as cell value when adding empty row
- [All] Now draws gridlines full width when columns do not fill the view
- [All] Fixed misc issues with gridlines and cell borders with paintemptyrows set.
- [All] Gridlines now render with pixel accuracy again for sharp appearance
- [All] Using CompareRows event to impliment custom sort now much faster with long lists
- [All] Fixed piDogGeometry.doubleRect constructor with zero width or height not setting bottom and right values respectively
- [All] Fix for cellBorders and Gridlines when using columnspan or rowspan
- [All] Fixed a NilObjectException
- [All] Fix for black background in celleditor with Xojo > 2019r1.1
- [All] DeleteAllRows now resets LastIndex to -1
- [All] Adjusted firing of cellclick to allow changing selectiontype during the event to affect the current selection action.
- [Mac] Fixed inactive progressbar rendering under macOS Big Sur
- [Win] Fixed an issue with CellTextHeight when zoom<>1.0
- [Win] Fixed a potential crash when closing windows containing DataView
I am often asked how DataView compares to Listbox in terms of adding rows.
Here’s a comparison adding 100,000 rows of 3 columns:
– ListBox: 3 Seconds
– DataView: 3 Seconds
– ListBox: 43 Seconds
– DataView: 2 Seconds
Linux Mint 64bit:
– Listbox: 2 Seconds
– DataView: 3 Seconds
Of course DataView also includes some on-demand options allowing a list of 5,000,000+ rows to load instantly. It only depends on the speed of your back-end.
Try it out for free!
Download the demo project to see how it works. If you decide to use it in a production app, just buy a license code and plug it in.
32bit and 64bit