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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Using a control that is not integrated by default

XAF is designed as a highly extensible and customizable framework. So, in most cases, the task of integrating a WinForms or an ASP.NET control is quite simple. You can integrate a DevExpress control that is not supported by default, a third-party control, or your own custom control. Generally, you should implement an abstract entity (ListEditor, PropertyEditor or ViewItem) that wraps the control and serves as an adapter for the XAF infrastructure. You can also customize a template and place the control in the desired location.

To help you choose an appropriate solution depending on your business scenario we have created a table that lists typical tasks and provides links to relevant examples:

I hope you find this new documentation helpful.

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