Dapfor specializes on development of high performance grids that can be used in applications working with continuously modified data. In addition to grids Dapfor provides application debugging tools that enable the programmer to understand application logic from the inside and to modify business object values in real time without stopping applications for break points.
Dapfor Wpf GridControl is a high-performance thread-safe control for displaying table data in high-performance applications. It supports displaying both single header data (like Windows Explorer) and hierarchies with multiple independent headers preserving the same data structure for both presentations.
.Net Grid is a Winforms component that has high performance of displaying static and dynamic data. The grid provides a simple and intuitive API for building any hierarchy types and various types of data binding (including multiple and hierarchical binding).
.Net Suite includes .Net Grid itself as well as .Net Inspector and .Net Logger tools used for debugging and logging application events. As it can be guessed from its name, .Net Inspector enables inspection of application business logic in real time mode without IDE. If the inspected object has references to other objects, the inspector can be used to inspect and modify values of these objects. Data inspection feature can be very useful for large projects and complex logic when debugging can be done only by logging work results and IDE debugging with stopping applications for break points.
.MFC grid is the first product that has been introduced by Dapfor back in 2007. It is a treelist control with a single header that implements MVVM model in C++. Data objects are the objects of the arbitrary classes with set- and get- methods representing a like of properties of .Net objects. Unlike .Net Grid, MFC grid has only one header, doesn’t support data grouping and can be used to work only with objects of arbitrary classes. Binary version of this product is totally free. Source code and 64-bit grid version are still distributed on paid basis. Supported compilers: VC++ 6.0, 8.0, 9.0, 10.0