Display and select data with many features not found in other .NET listbox controls using ComponentOne List for WinForms.
Great Data Management with Minimal Code
Create bound or unbound lists with multiple columns and configure all aspects of the C1List control's layout at design time with no coding required.
The Most Powerful Listbox Control for .NET 6
The WinForms listbox comes packed with most of the features you find in full datagrids such as interactive splits, column sorting, alternating rows, data-mapping, fixed columns, and multiple-line data display.
Effortlessly Go From Listbox to Combobox
Using the additional C1Combo control, get all of the great data management features such as multiple columns and sorting as a WinForms combobox with added search and autocomplete features.
Like Microsoft Excel, the WinForms listbox control has the ability to split both horizontally and vertically allowing simultaneous selection from multiple copies of the same list. In addition, splits can be used to compare two rows or columns of data located in different parts of the listview. Each pane contains a copy of the entire list and the split bars can be manipulated individually or together to allow you to see various rows and columns of data at the same time.
Display additional information and help the end-user know where they are in the list during scroll by providing CellTips and ScrollTips.Run-time CellTips provide context-sensitive help for end users by displaying cut-off text or additional data in tooltips. Deferred scrolling and ScrollTips allow location tracking of the scroll bar in the list and provide tooltips during scrolling.
Get the same powerful list control as a combobox using the C1Combo control. End-users can quickly locate list items by typing. The search supports both single-character matching and an incremental search mode that concatenates typed characters to further refine the query. C1Combo also supports autocomplete along with incremental search to fill the text portion with matching field data as characters are typed.