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Video: Batch Convert C1Report XML to FlexReport

If you've already got a collection of C1Report for WinForms reports, now's the time to upgrade your reports to FlexReport. With the XMLtoFLXRConverter sample, you can batch convert all of your C1Reports to FlexReport quickly and seamlessly, and you'll get all the great features, speed, and flexibility we've built into FlexReport.

January 27, 2016

What's New in ComponentOne Studio, January 2016

I’m pleased to announce a 3.5 interim release to follow up on our major release back in November. You’ll find a some great samples and bug fixes. Here's what's new in ComponentOne Studio.

January 13, 2016

How to use Edit Template Feature for WinRT Controls

Both Visual Studio and Expression Blend allows creating a copy of default control style or template and use it in your application. But with complicated controls, it doesn't always work as desired. The IDE tries to extract XAML from the binaries, and in most cases, the result is different from the original version. Here are the additional steps required to make source XAML accessible for IDE and editing.

November 30, 2015

Creating Outlines and Trees with the C1FlexGrid Control: Updated!

One of the unique and popular features of the FlexGrid for WinForms control is the ability to add hierarchical grouping to regular unstructured data.

November 25, 2015

Upgrade Existing WinRT Application to Universal Windows Platform (UWP)

Upgrade a calendar sample application from WinRT to UWP using ComponentOne Studio UWP Edition.

November 5, 2015

Copy - Paste Appointments in Scheduler for WinForms

A working sample detailing how to copy and paste appointments across and within ComponentOne Studio Scheduler for WinForms controls.

August 17, 2015

Connecting ComponentOne Studio Controls to MySQL Database

How to connect any ComponentOne Studio control to a MySQL datasource.

August 17, 2015

Extending GridView with Drag and Drop for Grouping and Variable Sized Items

The GridView is a great control that can be used in many different ways to display tiled content in your Windows Store apps. If you’ve looked at any WinRT applications lately, or even Microsoft Partner websites, you’ll recognize the popularity of tiles when it comes to UI design in the Windows World. Tiles provide a simple, sleek way to organize a list of items or navigation areas of your application. Perhaps the greatest example of tiled content is the Windows 8 start screen itself. It displays each of your apps in a sizable tile that can be rearranged and grouped to the users’ desire.

January 31, 2013