Posts tagged with 'c1toolbar'
More often we receive queries in WinForms regarding the customization of C1Toolbar control. Since C1Toolbar does not provide extensive properties or methods for customizations, queries are mostly related to changing the appearance of the toolbar items.
Stacking plot areas within a chart can be a useful way to better analyze the data points. Rather than having many data series overlapped you can increase readability by moving some series to an adjacent plot area. This can all be achieved using the advanced capabilities of the ComponentOne Chart for XAML.
Working with C1ToolBar in design mode, dragging and dropping controls onto a Page's design surface and adding template items using smart tag, it's easy to forget that it's just a convenience. Anything you do graphically in Visual Studio always generates text in some file somewhere. When you add a template control to any toolbar item, some code is generated that instantiates the control and adds it to the page.
ComponentOne Studio for Silverlight includes more than just the 50 or so UI controls you see in your toolbox. It also includes many little useful components which help bridge the narrow gap between Silverlight and WPF. Among these extra helpers is a set of commanding classes similar to WPF. C1Command allows you to write commands that not only work in-line with MVVM but are designed to enhance ComponentOne menus and toolbars. In this article I delve a bit into MVVM design patterns for commanding in Silverlight and show how using C1Command with C1Toolbar makes life simple.