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Deliver the highest performance charting possible with DirectX rendering. The C1Chart3D control supports a Direct3D render mode which takes advantage of hardware acceleration features supported by graphics accelerators. DirectX rendering allows you to display more data more quickly without sacrificing performance. To take advantage of Direct3D rendering, simply set the RenderMode property on the control to Direct3D.
ComponentOne FlexGrid allows end users to filter columns based on their values by using C1FlexGridFilterService. This service needs FlexGridFilter dll to be present in the project.
ComponentOne TreeView supports drag-and-drop operations within the tree. We just need to set the 'AllowDragDrop' property to 'True' and the users will be able to reorder nodes within the tree by dragging them with the mouse.
C1FlexGrid for WPF/Silverlight control now supports the creation of groups by dragging column headers into a grouping area, which is created by a separate component. What’s neat and ultra flexible about FlexGrid’s grouping panel is that you can customize the grouping behavior by using a simple value converter.
To increase the performance in C1Chart for WPF, Line and Symbol Charts, containing large amount of data one can set the DataSeries.RenderMode property to RenderMode.Bitmap. However, on setting the RenderMode to Bitmap the Data point labels, tooltips and PlotElementLoaded event are not available.
Studio Enterprise 2013 v3 is now available just one day after the release of Visual Studio 2013. Normally each release I post about what's new in all of the ComponentOne XAML studios in one post but this time i'm splitting out WinRT XAML from Silverlight and WPF because there's too much to mention for each studio. Studio for WinRT XAML continues to expand greatly (see my next post about that), while WPF and Silverlight have some exciting new stuff that's exclusive to these platforms such as themes and 3D charts. Let's run through what you'll find new inside Studio for WPF and Silverlight this release.
ComponentOne TileView for WPF includes the C1TileView control, a panel that shows how to interactively browse through the data. It browses through the data interactively and expands and collapses the Tiles (C1TileViewItem(s)) to view more or less information.
While working with grid application, data is generally grouped in Row format which can be expanded and collapsed to toggle the detailed data.
ComponentOne is proud to announce the release of the new Spread WPF-Silverlight 7 v2. There are major upgrades to this version compared to the last release one year ago. There are many new features in this release including: the introduction of Excel 2013 like UI appearance and gesture touch support, Improvements for Excel file import/export and formula calculation performance, 10 categories 40+ chart types totally compatible with Excel, the ability to embed pictures into documents, a formula textbox control, and more...
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With input based applications, we often find usage of cascading combo boxes where values of one combobox is dependent on the value selected in another combobox.
The C1TileListBox for WPF provides the functionality to select and deselect Items by default at the RightMouse button's click.
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.
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.
This is yet another utility blog with ComponentOne WPF Chart wherein we will discuss how one can show Custom Images in place of the default Symbol styles in a 'LineSymbols' Chart.
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.
In a recent query from one of the users of C1FilePicker for WPF, I provided an implementation where customer was looking to display the complete path of the selected file in C1FilePicker. By default when OpenFileDialog box opens it shows only the name of the selected file.
Applications demanding user input often requires end users to select multiple values from a combobox. As of now, C1ComboBox for WPF does not have the feature to allow multiple selection of values. However, with the flexibility of WPF, this feature can be implemented by extending the existing class of C1Combo.