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3929 Freedman St, Jacksonville, IL 62656
Baths:3
Beds:4
House Size:6120
Price:$200,000.00
8512 Tanglewood Cir, Reform, AL 35487
Baths:2
Beds:3
House Size:5600
Price:$250,000.00
1268 Bright St, Jersey City, NJ 07308
Baths:2
Beds:4
House Size:5770
Price:$310,000.00
1198 Theresa Cir, Whitinsville, MA 01582
Baths:3
Beds:4
House Size:4990
Price:$320,000.00
420234 Rogge St, Detroit, MI 48234
Baths:3
Beds:4
House Size:6900
Price:$320,000.00
6351 Forrest St, Jersey City, NJ 07308
Baths:4
Beds:4
House Size:10255
Price:$320,000.00
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The DevExpress ASP.NET Card View (ASPxCardView) allows end-users to sort data against an unlimited number of columns. A column's current sort order is indicated by a sort glyph displayed on the right side of the column header located within the customization panel. When a column is not sorted, the sort glyph is hidden.

You can specify the sorting settings in code by using a column's SortOrder property.

In this demo, you can click a column header to initiate sorting or change column sort order (from ascending to descending, and vice versa). To sort data against multiple columns, click the required column headers while holding down the SHIFT key.