Android Multi Column ListView

clock August 31, 2014 05:25 by author Administrator

One of the things that is unique about our product is that it solves a problem that no other component on the market does effectively. The closest component that the Android SDK has that matches the functionality of the Android JetPack Android DataGrid is the ListView. 

In fact, a lot of the concepts that the ListView has are built into the Android DataGrid. But, we go way above and beyond the features of the ListView

The Android JetPack Android DataGrid offers you:

-> Ability to organize information as rows and columns, with locked headers, Ability to Customize the appearance Rows and Columns, Interactive, Sortable Columns

-> Ability to independantly sort, align, and manipulate these columns

-> Horizontal as well as Vertical Scrolling

-> Inline Filtering, with numerous built in Filter Controls, and extensible architecture to define your own.

-> Server and Client Paging, with a fully Customizable Pager UI.

-> Summary Footers, with fine tuned control over Formula, Precision, Formatting, Placement and Rendering of Footers.

-> Various Selection Modes, including spreadsheet like behavior will cell by cell selection

-> Ability to define custom item renderers or "templates" for each column

-> Horizontal and Vertical Renderer Recycling, so only the viewport is drawn for ability to display large datasets very efficiently

-> Ability to Export to Excel, Word, Text, XML and other formats. Ability to plug in your own Exporters

-> Preference Persistence (Ability for your end users to save viewing preferences, like column order, visibility, widths, filter criteria, settings etc.)

-> Suppport for Hierarchical Data with Smooth Scrolling and Nested Tree Grids

-> Ability to define Fully Lazy Loaded, Partially Lazy Loaded and Initial Loaded Flat as well as Hierarchical Data Grids.


In addition, the Android JetPack Android DataGrid has a plethora of other features as we demonstrate here: 

To truly appreciate the power of the product, download a trial today!


Running Android JetPack Demo Console in BlueStacks player

clock August 17, 2014 01:51 by author Administrator

The Blue Stacks player is an efficient emulator to test Android apps. Followings steps are show how to configure and run your android mobile app in blue stacks player. For those of you who find the Android emulator unusably slow,, this is an awesome alternative. 

Please note : Irrespective of whether you run Android code on the device or the excellent (and fast) bluestacks emulator, debugging will be an order of magnitude slower than running without debugger attached. 

1. Go to and download blue stack player and install 

2. Open command line tool go to platform-tools folder with in your android sdk directory. 

3. Run command "adb-connect" and hit enter. It should show message "connected to"

4. Now open eclipse, and launch the demo console. On the android device chooser you will see the blue stacks player listed. Select it and click ok to run your application in the BlueStacks player 



On successful launch you will see blue stacks player showing your project first screen 


AndroidJetPack Team Blog

Tag cloud