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ComponentOne Editor for ASP.Net is a powerful editing control which allows users to author and manage HTML content on any Web page. It implements the Microsoft Office 2007-style Ribbon interface. The Ribbon organizes related commands under a series of tabs, enabling users to easily explore the editor's functions without forcing them to navigate through a hierarchy of menus.
Thanks to everyone who attended my talk at the Rocky Mountain Tech Trifecta earlier today. As promised, here are the slides and sample from the talk on getting started with Silverlight 4 for business application development. This talk covered app setup, XAML basics, child windows, page navigation, query strings, WCF data services, datagrid, binding and styles.
In one of my earlier blog posts I dealt with using C1Chart in MVVM. I was asked if we could dynamically add and remove data series from C1Chart. My answer to that is, yes there is way and I decided to post this as another blog post since this would be a common scenario for many.
Users often times prefer to use C1Barcode in a column in Crystal Report. This bloggives a Step-By-Step to create a Crystal Report, which features barcoding capabilities by using C1Barcode and using them as a data source for the report a Typed DataSet.
A major part of my job is to visit the community and share what I know. Here is a list of my current talks—if you’re interested in having me present one of these talks, please email me at email@example.com. I look forward to seeing you soon!
The C1Editor is a WinForms rich text editor. It is shipped with four specialized ToolStrip controls that allow you to build complete user interfaces without writing any code. Add the toolstrip to the form, connect it to a C1Editor by setting the toolstrip's Editor property, and you have a professional quality XHTML editor.
Follow-up and Recording Link for MSDN Webcast: Microsoft ASP.NET Authentication in Microsoft Silverlight Applications
When working with ComponentOne OLAP for WinForms, it's very typical to have a view that has too many dimensions to plot nicely on the chart. Unless you define all views for the end-users, there's nothing stopping someone from creating a view which looks like this:
A common requirement is to Group data based on particular column or cell data. Silverlight DataGrid control has an edge over the other grid controls by means of setting a property to do the same.