Getting Started

This article provides information on how to add a RadDataGrid control to your project and fill it with business items.

Before you start, please make sure that you have added all the required assemblies for the control. You can find them in the Required Assemblies article.

The first step is to add the Telerik.XamarinForms.DataGrid namespace:


You can now declare a RadDataGrid instance :

<telerikDataGrid:RadDataGrid x:Name="DataGrid"/>

Now that you have added the control to your view, you need to make sure that is properly loaded with the required data.

By default, the RadDataGrid control will autogenerate rows depending on the number of objects in the collection set as its ItemsSource. For the purpose of this article, we are going to use the following simple business objects:

public class Data
    public string Country { get; set; }

    public string Capital { get; set; }

After you have created your collection of custom objects, you should assign it to the ItemsSource property of the control:

 this.DataGrid.ItemsSource = new List<Data>
    new Data { Country = "India", Capital = "New Delhi"},
    new Data { Country = "South Africa", Capital = "Cape Town"},
    new Data { Country = "Nigeria", Capital = "Abuja" },
    new Data { Country = "Singapore", Capital = "Singapore" } 

Figure 1 shows the result on the different platforms.

Figure 1: RadDataGrid declaration:


SDK Browser and QSF applications contain different examples that show RadDataGrid's main features. You can find the applications in the Examples and QSF folders of your local Telerik UI for Xamarin installation.

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