What WebGrid does Microsoft use in their website?

I just wonder what asp.net datagrid does Microsoft use in their website? For example, "Visual Studio 2010 Team web Access" site. It has frozen columns and re-order columns functions. Is it a third party grid or it is based on asp.net datagrid?

The grid works in both IE and safari.



MS bought the company that wrote Team Web Access. My guess is that its not a 3rd party control, but something they've written themselves with the help of the Ajax toolkit: http://www.asp.net/ajax/ajaxcontroltoolkit/Samples/HoverMenu/HoverMenu.aspx

I think its a really well designed site, but if you look closely a lot of it is clever use of css. They have just spent a long time on designing the interface.

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