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If you’re in the Kansas City area this weekend, come out to see me and a lot of other geeks talk about geeky stuff! I’ll be doing a talk on MVVM Basics. Be sure to bump into me in the common areas and talk to me about Wijmo or any of our other controls!
One of the biggest pain points of the toolkit chart for Silverlight/WPF is that you can’t [easily] add scrolling functionality. This is one of the main benefits of using C1Chart for all your XAML charting needs. The full-blown WPF and Silverlight versions of C1Chart have support for adding scrollbars to axes fairly easily. On the Windows Phone we don’t want scrollbars, but we still want scrolling functionality, which in this case should be referred to as translating or panning. A common charting scenario is when you have too many data points to visualize all at once. The most natural solution is to show only a portion of the data (maybe half) and allow the user to pan left and right to see the rest. Luckily, this functionality is possible with C1Chart for Windows Phone.
Last week I had the priviledge to speak to the Hub City .NET User Group. The group's spiritual leader Keth Elder was in Detroit on business, and according to local legend this means everything runs smoothly and everyone gets to bed at a decent hour. Under the skilled leadership of Anson "The Pirate" Smith, that was indeed the case.
Wijmo Complete comes with a set of charting and visualization widgets you can use to build great user experiences. In this article, we’ll take a look at building a basic bar chart using Wijmo.
We have always been quick to build UI controls on top of new Microsoft technologies as they emerge. A little over a year ago, we started experimenting in ASP.NET MVC. After a lot of R&D we came to some interesting conclusions. This is the story of Studio for MVC Wijmo and how it came to be...
ComponentOne True DBGrid for WinForms is a set of robust, easy-to-use .NET grid controls that allows you to create complex bound and unbound grid applications quickly. When C1TrueDbGrid is bound to a data source which has an image column, neither the image column is shown in the grid nor does it get displayed in the grid designer. This creates a problem for the users who want to show the image column of the DataSource. This blog will help you in creating a bound C1TrueDbgrid displaying Images.
We always had the functionality to export the report contents to HTML file format and view them in a web browser. We have patiently anticipated functionality of rendering HTML formatted text within a report.
The C1SpellChecker provides 21 international dictionaries in addition to the English - US dictionary that is built into the control. However, you may want to merge two dictionaries into one. To do this we will use a C1SpellChecker Dictionary Editor called C1DictionaryEditor.exe that allows us to create and maintain dictionary files (.dct).
ComponentOne Studio for Windows Phone is now compatible with the latest Windows Phone update 7.1 (AKA Mango). This update also includes massive performance enhancements for C1PdfViewer. The control now uses bitmap caching to render the PDF pages so user interaction is much more fluid.
ComponentOne was recognized as an innovator and leader in the components category in the 2011 SD Times 100. The award was published in the June 1, 2011, edition of BZ Media’s SD Times and on http://www.sdtimes.com/link/35592. The SD Times 100 looks for companies, non-commercial organizations, open-source projects, and other influencers that have determined a direction that developers followed.
Projects that use versions of True DBGrid other than True DBGrid Pro 8.0 can easily be converted to use the latter by running the add-in migration utility. When migrating a project from TdbGrid x.0 to TdbGrid8, you should have both versions of TdbGrid installed and registerd in Windows/32.