Reviews for iGrid ActiveX Control

Editable Grid with FlexGrid and ListView Functionality

From 10Tec Company

Rating=5.00 out of 5 stars 2 Review(s) have been written.

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Rating=5.00 out of 5 starsElmarDenkmann, 7/2/2005 1:25:55 PM

I'm a german developer of an eBay tool which used VB-Accelerators' S-Grid for some years. I like S-Grid, but there are some bugs which are hard for me to fix. So, I searched for a commercial VB-grid which was at least powerful like S-Grid, but with the additional advantage of good support. Some weeks ago I found iGrid and at first glance I loved it! It has all the features of S-Grid (and much more!), similar object structure and a lot of additional great features. The price is absolutely fair and it was very easy to port the project to the new grid. But the best is: iGrid has the very best and quickest support I've ever seen! As the author wrote "I decided to make a candy from iGrid...", I must say it is 100% correct! iGrid is one of the greatest VB controls I have ever bought! Thank you.

Rating=5.00 out of 5 starsJamesPerry, 3/21/2005 5:37:25 AM

I needed a replacement for ListView about 3 years ago that didn't flicker and found's SGrid 1.0 control. While this was a great control at the time, it lacked many features I missed in the MS ListView, wasn't being updated at all at the time, and the author didn't return emails. I then found iGrid by 10Tec and purchased it immediately. 10Tec developed iGrid, based on SGrid 1.0 and improved upon it greatly. Even though there has been a new SGrid (2.0) released since, it still lacks some important features I need in iGrid, including Row Keys to quickly locate a row in code. On top of that, iGrid is supported by the author and returns emails quickly about any problem you may have. Don't get me wrong,'s free VB6 controls are a life saver, but knowing you have support and continued development is why we buy commercial products in the first place. If you're looking for a well supported, lightweight ListView VB6 replacement for less than $100, I highly recommend iGrid, especially if you need to update the grid a lot.