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Using Bootstrap with Studio for ASP.NET Wijmo

Microsoft has shipped some nice to Project Templates in Visual Studio 2013. The new templates use a theming framework called Bootstrap. We are always looking to make life easier for our customers, so we decided to provide official support for Bootstrap in Studio for ASP.NET Wijmo. Take a look at how easy it is to integrate Bootstrap with our Controls.

Getting Started with ThemeRoller for Visual Studio

ThemeRoller for Visual Studio makes designing beautiful themes for ComponentOne ASP.NET Controls easy. Simply open a SmartTag on any C1 Control and click "Create Theme". ThemeRoller open up inside Visual Studio and allows you to customize a theme without any knowledge of CSS or the Controls. ThemeRoller for Visual Studio can be used to apply application-wide themes to Studio for ASP.NET Wijmo.

How to Create a Custom Theme for C1Chart

The ComponentOne Chart for Silverlight and WPF comes with 12 unique themes out of the box. These themes can be applied by simply setting the Theme property. In addition to the 12 built-in themes, C1Chart is also supported in the several toolkit themes like Expression Dark, Shiny Blue, etc. But in many cases your requirements may dictate that you design a custom theme for the charts. In this blog post I will walk through creating a custom theme for C1Chart using Expression Blend 4.

Theming Studio for WPF

Studio for WPF ships with 17 professional themes. These themes are inspired by Microsoft Office, Expression Blend, the Silverlight toolkit themes as well as Modern UI. The 17 themes included are:

A Guide to Wijmo Theming

One of the major features of Wijmo is that it’s built on top of the jQuery plugin model.  The benefit of this is that the Wijmo team took great care into making sure that you got the benefits of working with jQueryUI widgets.  The major benefit being ThemeRoller support.