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Grid View

The DevExpress Bootstrap Grid View is a full-featured tabular data presentation control that renders itself using Bootstrap CSS classes. It supports data editing and delivers numerous end-user data shaping features, including facilities for end-user data filtering, grouping, and sorting. Both total and group summaries are also available out of the box.

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Refer to the online demos at https://demos.devexpress.com/aspnetcore-bootstrap/GridView for detailed information on the Grid View control's features and API.

The Grid View control allows you to create complex master-detail layouts with unlimited nesting levels. Additionally, separate elements' layouts are customizable using templates. The grid automatically splits content across multiple pages, and a built-in pager allows end-users to navigate through data.

Extensive server-side and client-side APIs cover multiple customization scenarios and give you full control over the grid’s behavior and presentation.

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