Updating gridview in studio 2016
The Import-Csv cmdlet, which creates custom objects from the contents of a CSV file, makes CSV data an optimal choice in Windows Power Shell. [Thanks to Joel Ivarsson for suggesting the post topic.
If you have a topic suggestion, send me an email at [email protected]] One of the easiest ways to display complex data is to use the Out-Grid View cmdlet. I created a form with a Start button and put the command that calls Out-Grid View with my CSV data in the button’s Click event.
That’s the app we’re going to build in this article, so let’s get to it! If you look in the folder, you’ll find all of the Kendo UI CSS.
To get started, you’ll need Visual Studio 2015 update 3 and . Just refer to the top of this article if you get confused on what is required. NET Core components can be installed from Nu Get, but thanks to the somewhat confusing way that Microsoft has chosen to mix dll’s in Nu Get and Java Script/CSS in Bower/NPM, I would highly recommend using the installer, which can be found in your account. NET Core, you can download a fully functional trial. Kendo UI is the Java Script and CSS library that powers the UI For ASP. That’s why you’ll see a lot of “kendo” in this tutorial. This includes j Query (a requirement for the UI For ASP.
NET Core is here and it’s cross-platform, which is kind of awesome.
I used the Split operator with a comma delimiter to split each row into its component values and array notation to refer to the rows and columns.I could have built the form dynamically, but that would have been substantially more complex.A Data Grid View object is a much better solution for CSV data.Then, I used the dot method to get its value (the textbox), and assigned the current object ($thisrow[$j]) to the Text property of the textbox. It’s prettier than the textbox, but it has no searching or sorting features.Because I created a static form, I needed to know the exact size of my data in advance.
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