Reviewed by: ruelas27 on Saturday, November 03, 2007
i need a datepicker
Reviewed by: arresto on Monday, April 23, 2007
We were looking for a strong, but easy to use calendar and menu tool for our applications in the childcare business. After looking at several other controls, we decided to implement Essential Objects. It went out to be the right thing to do. Our applications are looking more professional. Furthermore, the support of EO is great.
powerful component, easy programming, intuitive nice!!!...
Reviewed by: Gabriel_Fuentes on Monday, February 12, 2007
I am extremely contented with the made purchase… the support is excellent and very fast, I implements this object in my web projects using visual studio 2003 and visual studio 2005, my clients are very satisfied by the final result.
I recommend it.
Gabriel Fuentes Alvarado,
Powerful Software - Great Support!
Reviewed by: ranbla on Wednesday, January 24, 2007
In my search for a few nice ASP.NET widgets, I stumbled across EO.Web. My criteria was they be powerful yet easy to incorporate and deploy with my web apps. EO.Web fits nicely in both regards!
While developing an app using an EO.Web component and the Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX Framework, I ran into a little postback glitch. I reported the problem to EO and within a matter of hours, they had a new build for me that fixed the problem! Support like that is rare to find. I highly recommend EO and their products.
A feature rich, lightweight control with fantastic support / customer service.
Reviewed by: cjones_uk on Tuesday, December 12, 2006
Having downloaded and tried around 10 different calendar / datepicker controls, the EssentialObjects calendar control was the only one that provided the level of customisation I needed.
You'll also need to have ViewState enabled for the control to work correctly but this is pretty normal for controls of this type.
The GUI based design surface is useful for quickly applying style changes visually, but unless you're embedding the control in the ASP code of the page, it merely acts as a tool for creating the styles needed to place in a .CSS file.
The control can be easily implemented using ASP.NET code, or can be added dynamically to the page in the code-beh