Sideways scrolling for WPF
Sideways scrolling for WPF
Written by Kay Ewbank   
Monday, 12 September 2011

The recently released UIControlSuite .NET V18 introduces a new way to present scrollable content in  WPF applications.

If you’re writing WPF.NET apps and want to show scrollable content, a new edition of Binarymission's  UIControlSuite contains a control that does just that.

BinarySmartNavigator .NET is part of UIControlSuite .NET V18, a collection of .NET components for WinForms, WPF .NET, Silverlight & Windows Phone 7.

It lets users scroll across items and pages in a similar way to modern Listbox controls, rather than displaying the data in a listbox or tab page and scrolling up and down. The control uses buttons to indicate which item to scroll to next.

 

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Other improvements in the set of controls include support for a Microsoft Office 2010-style Backstage view on a WPF Ribbon control, and improvements to the flowchart/organisational chart control with the ability to zoom, pan and print using the control with no further coding.

You can download an evaluation version of the control here: http://www.binarymission.co.uk/Downloads/downloads.html


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