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Binding WPF C1DataGrid to XML File

Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) provides developers with a vast amount of data binding functionality. However, one area where the data binding falls short is with the XmlDataProvider. XmlDataProvider Class enables declarative access to XML data for data binding. With an XmlDataProvider, the underlying data that can be accessed through data binding in your application can be any tree of XML nodes. In other words, an XmlDataProvider provides a convenient way to use any tree of XML nodes as a binding source.

How To: Select Multiple PlotElements using Mouse in WPF Chart

Chart control being frequently used for data analysis always left a void for customization in Winforms version. However, with WPF, this void has been filled.

Customizations in C1NumericBox for Silverlight

The C1NumericBox control is a numeric editor, provided with ComponentOne Studio for Silverlight suite, that allows you to display and edit numeric values in many formats. At times, we need to make a few modifications to the control to suit our needs. And I've provided a couple of such implementations here.

How to: Show Image in Row Header of Selected Rows in C1GridView

Selection is a very common feature used in C1GridView, which allows users to select rows and applies a highlight color on the selected rows.

CommandBinding in Wpf C1DataGrid

While developing applications in Wpf, sometimes we follow the MVVM pattern and come across the requirement to bind commands. We'll discuss the same in this blog. And for demo purpose, I've implemented command binding in Wpf C1DataGrid. Our motive is to enable row selection using MVVM.

Load Images in C1DataGrid for Silverlight using WCF

More often than not, users have a requirement to display images in Silverlight applications. Here, we discuss the same using C1DataGrid for Silverlight.

Financial Data Displays using FlexGrid

One of the more popular demos we have for C1FlexGrid control is the financial demo shown below. It shows a simulated live data feed of stock quotes for over 3,000 companies all in one flashy grid. Aside from the FlexGrid control being used, there are two other interesting aspects to this sample that may be useful for building other financial types of applications. One is the updating mechanism which can trigger numerous updates less than a second apart, and the second aspect is the spark line controls that show brief trends in price history. In this blog post I break down the sample and describe how these aspects work.

Using LINQ to SQL Classes with WPF Flexgrid and MVVM

Using LINQ, along with an SQL Database, can make binding the Flexgrid to your data extremely painless.  In this instance, I will use my local SQL “cars” database (SQLExpress) and I will be working with strictly one table which is named carModels, shown here.

Maintain Row Selection on Sorting C1FlexGrid

Every user has his own unique requirements. Many customers face this situation where they would like to retain the selected row when C1FlexGrid is sorted. When we apply sorting on C1FlexGrid, the selection is not retained by default. This blog explains an approach to ensure that the selected row is retained when C1FlexGrid is sorted.

Multiple Row Selection in C1DataGrid Without Using Ctrl Key

Among the many features provided by Silverlight C1DataGrid, a very useful one is multiple row selection. This may be enabled by simply setting its 'SelectionMode' property to 'MultiRow'. This enables the user to select/unselect rows by keeping Ctrl/Shift keys pressed when rows are clicked via mouse.

Attach Tooltips to Column Headers

Tooltips are a commonly used method to show informative descriptions for an object to the end users of an application. Silverlight continues to provide similar functionality in its applications, either in the XAML designer or at runtime through code.

Exporting Wijmo GridView to PDF

Wijmo Gridview does not have any built-in methods for exporting its data to PDF or an Excel file. If you want to export to excel, then we already have a blog on this. This blog illustrates a simple approach by which you can save the content of Wijmo Gridview in a PDF file.

Adding Chart in C1FlexGrid

C1FlexGrid for Winforms is a powerful, full-featured grid. It is modeled after Microsoft Excel, starting with familiar and powerful keyboard handling, editing, selection, clipboard support, as well as flexible appearance and optimized performance.

Customizing Candle Charts

You have often seen Financial/Stock Charts which are popularly known as Candle Chart in Technical terms. Candle chart is a line chart where the data point has low/high values. C1Chart for WPF also provide Candle version for its Chart control. This is how a Candle Chart looks like.

Editing Modes in Wijmo Grid

Wijmo jQuery widgets are often used in public-facing financial web applications to create a smooth and engaging user experience. The WijGrid widget is useful in situations where tabular data needs to be displayed, sorted, grouped, edited, etc. In the cases where edit capability is a requirement, there are a number of scenarios by which WijGrid becomes very useful..

Exporting WinForms FlexGrid to PDF

When end users are working on data-intensive applications, they may need to take a snapshot of their data to preserve a particular view or set of data. One way to accomplish this is to export the grid's view to PDF once it has been sorted and analyzed.

Custom Cell Merging in WinForms FlexGrid

ComponentOne grids are relied upon by banks and other financial institutions for high-performance, high-throughput data visualization and manipulation. In some financial applications it becomes necessary to merge cells, similar in functionality to popular spreadsheet applications, in order to enable the user to work with data in a form-like fashion. The FlexGrid control can be customized to meet any cell merging requirements.

Wijgrid : Custom Filtering

This article is specific to the Wijmo wijgrid. You can learn more about Wijmo here.

Excel-Style Merging for WinForms FlexGrid

ComponentOne grids are relied upon by banks and other financial institutions for high-performance, high-throughput data visualization and manipulation. In some financial applications it becomes necessary to merge cells, similar in functionality to popular spreadsheet applications, in order to enable the user to work with data in a form-like fashion.

Scrolling into view with WinForms and WPF FlexGrids

When end users need the ability to locate a particular row in a grid, and automatically scroll the grid so that row is at the top or bottom of the viewable area, the ScrollIntoView method is a common way to accomplish this.