Getting Started

From a sample to your own project

[EasyQuery GitHub repositories]( contain several sample projects that demonstrate how to use EasyQuery library on different platforms, with differen frameworks and in different scenarios.

The best way to start with EasyQuery is to choose the sample closest to your scenario and modify it according to your requirements (your DB, data model, environment, layout, styles, etc).

So, in this section we are going to describe how to do it.

Getting started for EasyQuery with ASP.NET Core

This section contains all getting started articles for the version 5.x branch of EasyQuery for .NET Core.

Please note if you have a project for .NET Framework (version 4.x or earlier) - please look at the articles in -Version 3.x- section.

Getting started for ASP.NET 4 (MVC or WebForms)

Describes the steps you need to perform for applying EasyQuery ASP.NET to your MVC or WebForms project

Getting started for WPF

Getting started tutorial on how to use EasyQuery components to implement an ad-hoc query builder in WPF application.

Getting started for Windows Forms

Here we will describe how to add the UI for advanced search and data filtration in your Windows Forms application.

EasyQuery License key

Here we describe how to apply the product key that you get after purchasing the license and which allows you to unlock all the features of EasyQuery library.

Version 4.x (obsolete)

Getting started articles for the old version (4.x) of EasyQuery for .NET Core

Version 3.x (obsolete)

Contains the "getting started" articles for version 3.x branch of EasyQuery. This section includes the tutorials for Windows Forms, WPF, WebForms and old ASP.NET MVC (not Core) editions of the library.