RadListView gives you the opportunity to specify custom layouts and thus display your data in any preferrable way. In addition, as a greater convenience to the developer, the control offers five predefined layouts that enable you to display your data as a Grid, as an Ordered or Unordered list, in a flow or single row pattern.
In order to take advantage of this feature of RadListView's you need to use the smart tag control designer and pick the Open Layout Editor option. The designer will open a dialog window where you can choose the preferred layout, the skin that should be applied to the control as well as several other options related to operations on the data populating the ListView. After a layout has been chosen the designer will automatically generate the necessary mark-up and binding expressions.
This example demonstrates all five predefined layouts. Just go over the tab strip options to see what display pattern the given layout offers.
This demo demonstrates the predefined layouts of the RadListView control. Switch the tab options to see the different possibilities to layout your control without writing any code for this.