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WijCombobox is a jQuery widget that displays a resizeable and editable text box or drop-down list. By default this widget like any other combobox lets you display a list of items in the drop down list, you can simply select a value from this list to be displayed in the combobox.
Recently a customer enquired about an implementation in C1Knob control, part of Gauges for WPF wherein he wanted to change the value with a particular frequency/ interval just like a simple slider control behaves with interval property.
The HTML5 based Wijmo offers a wide variety of widgets which are very helpful when designing a website. They are not just restricted to a specific feature but covers different types of requirements which a developer might have. The WijList widget is a great tool for scenarios like when you want to present to your users a list of certain items and allow them to select one or more items from it.
As we all know Wijmo now supports AngularJS. However there is lot of information which is yet to be documented and we are already working on improving it. In this blog article, I will cover two different Wijmo widgets and explain how they can be used in conjunction with each other. We will see how we can switch between two different WijTree structures by selecting them from WijComboBox. Our final output will look like:
In this post I describe a custom implementation of colored bands, or 'Alarm Zones,' in the C1Chart control, and I provide coded solutions for both WPF and Silverlight. The same code can also be applied to Windows Store and Windows Phone apps as well.
In this video tutorial series I show you how to get started using the ComponentOne Chart controls for Silverlight, WPF, Windows Phone and WinRT XAML. Since the controls share the same code base, much of the same code and techniques can be applied to all XAML versions.
When you are using ComponentOne controls for LightSwitch Desktop in Visual Studio 2013 Ultimate RC, then you may face the following error on running the application:
In this blog lets discuss how we can change the mouse pointer over a table in a ComponentOne RichTextBox document. For example if we have a document in ComponentOne RichTextBox which contains a paragraph and a table and we want that the table should behave differently from the whole paragraph. If we hover the mouse over paragraph and in between there is a table in it the mouse cursor remains the same. Here we would want that the mouse pointer should remain same for the paragraph but different for the table. This is to discriminate between a Table and a paragraph. Have a look at the image below.
ComponentOne Studio for LightSwitch HTML is a set of jQuery Mobile controls, screen templates, and design-time extensions for use with the LightSwitch HTML Client and is based on the popular Wijmo widgets for jQuery UI and jQuery Mobile.
Groups are created in any report to organize and summarize the data in a particular order. Grouping allows you to visually separate groups of records and hence enhance the readability of the report.
When working with ActiveReport in a MVC application, you may occasionally receive either of the errors.
Spread for ASP.Net provides built-in functionality to perform Grouping in Spread that allows users to group the data rows by a specific column. Use the AllowGroup property of the sheet to turn on grouping. The group header row by default displays the column index and the unique value in the column on the basis of which the specific group is created.
WijBubbleChart is a Scatter chart in which the data points are replaced with bubbles. This type of chart can be used instead of a Scatter chart if your data has three independent values.
Recently one of our customer had a requirement in ActiveReports where he wanted to check when the detail section overflows to a new page and when not. The first thing which will come to our mind as an approach to solve this issue is that we may calculate the height of all the sections on the page and then accordingly find out a solution. However, practically this is not a simple thing to do and will require a lot of things to keep in mind while making this calculation.
Many of our users often requested on how to highlight searched text with changed Foreground in Silverlight Flexgrid. This blog explains a simple approach to do this.
A common requirement for desktop applications with multiple tabs is to allow the user to save their workspace so they can quickly get back to being productive. With the ComponentOne docking controls for WPF (C1DockControl), you can deliver a multi-tabbed user interface that supports docking and floating windows. The user can rearrange their workspace quite easily by dragging tabs and docking them to any other location. So what if you need to save the workspace for future runs of the application?
Wijgrid provides the feature to select rows by clicking on them and not just one row; you may select multiple rows by dragging the mouse over the rows or by Ctrl+click combination.
Recently we had few developers looking to use ActiveReports with LightSwitch Application. Based on their request and looking at the probability of increasing use of ActiveReports with LightSwitch Application, I am writing this blog to show how ActiveReports can be intergrated easily with LightSwitch.