ComponentOne Basic Library for WPF and Silverlight
WPF and Silverlight Edition Basic Library / Tree View
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    Get a hierarchical view of your data items with TreeView for WPF and Silverlight. It's similar to the standard TreeView controls available in Window Forms, but provides more features like keyboard-based search, drag and drop functionality, auto-search, hierarchical templates, and more.

    Make the most of TreeView for WPF and Silverlight by taking advantage of the following key features:

    TreeView supports drag-and-drop operations within the tree. Simply set the AllowDragDrop property to true and users will be able to reorder nodes within the tree by dragging them with the mouse.

    TreeView fires events during drag-drop operations so you can customize their behavior. For example, you can prevent some nodes from being dragged or some nodes from acting as drop targets.

    With our TreeView control, you can easily jump to a letter in the node with auto-search. Just type a letter to go to a specific tree node.

    You can use different templates for different node types without having to subclass the C1TreeViewItem class.

    Node headers are content elements, so they can host any type of element. Add images, checkboxes, or whatever your application requires.

    Use the cursor keys to navigate the nodes, expanding and collapsing them as you go. Or use the auto-search feature to find specific nodes quickly and easily.

    TreeView for WPF and Silverlight supports ClearStyle technology, which allows you to easily change control colors without having to change control templates. By setting a few color properties, you can quickly style the C1TreeView control.