Here we demonstrate several common scenarios of EasyQuery usage with different layouts, database connections, front-end frameworks, and other settings. All demos were made with the help of EasyQuery library version 5.x and can be easily reproduced in your own projects.

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Demo application that shows the most common use of EasyQuery controls.

The page itself is implemented as a Razor Page.

The model is loaded from the XML file but you can easily switch to loading it directly from DB connection.

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Ad-hoc reporting

This page demonstrates how to use EasyQuery to implement a custom ad hoc reporting solution in your web application.
In this scenario we also show how EasyQuery can be integrated with ASP.NET Core authentication/authorization services. So, to access this page you will need to login first. You can register a new account for that or use the predefined "demo user" credentials.

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Ad-hoc reporting

Data Filtering

Demo application that shows a special FilterBar control that works together with a data grid.

This is a great demonstration of using EasyQuery components without the middleware part. The server side part is implemented in Controller.

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Data Filtering

Full-text Search

Demonstrates how quickly you can implement a full-text search over your database.

The view is implemented as a Razor page and does not contain any EasyQuery JavaScript code at all. All the magic happens on the code-behind class.

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Full-text Search