A lot of gridview examples:
And in other news .xsp mono's asp.net files now support ssl + the server part can be embedded in your own applications, details can be found here:http://weblogs.asp.net/britchie/archive/2005/06/05/410446.aspx?Pending=true
Yesterday I recieved a copy of .Net magazine.
Included in this magazine is a beta 2 release of Visual Studio 2005 standard edition.
What does this mean, this means that a lot of curious developers will install this thing on their computers at home.
( I will probably do so as well )
Which means that developers will be using the latest version at home but probably not at work...
If they like it and see improvements, and there are :)
Then they will pressure the Admins at work / bosses to go with the new version.
+ the version will be tested a lot better with so many copies out there.
Also people not yet on the .Net bandwagon will also give this one a go... more converts :)
This release is said not to support regular ASP development anymore at least not with intellisence.
Thus these people will have to switch upon using the latest and greatest.
Good job MS :)