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We have just unveiled the CTP of our new Studio for Windows Phone. For this first release, we've taken several of our popular Silverlight 4 controls and ported them to the Silverlight for Phone platform. These controls are designed to extend and enhance the Windows Phone tools by providing advanced controls (such as Charts and RichTextBox) and filling the gap with other common, missing controls.
Are you going to be in Atlanta for TechEd this year? If so, we would enjoy meeting up with you. Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org you are interested in visiting with the ComponentOne team.
Considered revolutionary when they were introduced, Gantt Charts have now become a common requirement for any organization when it comes to representing the phases and activities of any of their projects. ComponentOne WPF Chart control provides you with a similar option with one of its Chart type as Gantt Chart.
Often times we want to display a control, rendered on a Windows form, in a C1PrintDocument. However, being that there is no direct method to achieve this, we can follow the approach mentioned in this blog.
There comes a time where you may find yourself wanting to sort multiple columns based on a sort condition to display data. The C1Flexgrid has an "AllowSorting" property, which defines whether the sorting is to be applied on Single Columns or MultipleColumns. In C1TrueDbGrid this can be achieved by disabling the in-built sorting and applying Custom sorting.
WPF binding model is very strong and there are lot of useful properties which can improve the user experience as well as the developer experience. One such useful property is "NotifyOnTargetUpdated".
In the last blog I discussed how to access Componentone iPhone controls through jQuery. To discuss more about this issue, I want to take up adding C1ViewScrollerItems corresponding to the "ListItems" in C1NavigationList at client side.