Last post Nov 03, 2011 06:08 PM by gerrylowry
Nov 03, 2011 03:11 PM|Korzh.com|LINK
We are proud to announce EasyQuery.NET WebForms edition version 2.10.0 release.
EasyQuery.NET WebForms edition allows you to establish user-friendly data searching and filtration interface on your ASP.NET web-site.
It gives your users an ability to describe their requests in natural language instead of complicated SQL or QBE statements.
Unlike other query builders that require from users some knowledge about relational database concept, tables, views, etc, our solution allows to operate with simple and understandable entities and predicates.
We are sure that Easy Query will be useful for any ASP.NET web-site that works with some database and allows its visitors to search or filter data.
For more information about Easy Query solution see:
To learn more about EasyQuery.NET WebForms edition and to download its demo version go:
Demo version of EasyQuery.NET WebForms edition can be FREELY used on non-commercial web-sites. For other types of web-sites you can also get such permission by special request.
With the best regards, EasyQuery.NET team.
Nov 03, 2011 06:08 PM|gerrylowry|LINK
My two cents on EasyQuery.NET ... i've used it and i like out even though i'm not thrilled about WebForms and prefer ASP.NET MVC 3 over WebForms.
i have not tried this yet, but i suspect using EasyQuery.NET with ASP.NET MVC 3 will not be that difficult.
recently, via Feedback on this website i've suggested that EasyQuery.NET (or a similar product) be used to give forum members that ability to do
ad hoc searches.
imho, the forums.asp.net advanced search is inadequate; this is frequently a topic of discussion in
Feedback on this website; integration of a product like EasyQuery.NET would be most welcome ...
for US$689* (US$999 if you want WinForms and WebForms bundle) a company can purchase a
site licence that includes source code. Also, there's a 60 day money back guarantee.
also cool is the free downloads ... unless there has been a change, if one does not mind the watermarks, you can actually experiment with the product before you buy it (although you do not get the source code) ... while watermarks
are imho not appropriate for professional sites, AFAIK, the free product can be used on your website (i could be wrong, check with Korzh
Congratulations to Sergiy Korzh and his team!
Disclaimer: i've used this product but i do not work for korch.com;
similar products may be available from other sources.