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.




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:

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