Posts tagged with 'treeview'
This TreeView tutorial walks through how to display content from two or more fields in your datasource, in the same node, and even edit them separately at runtime.
Use TreeView to display the headings in a document, the entries in an index, the files and directories on a disk, or any other kind of information that would be best displayed as a hierarchy.
In 2016 v2 release we're happy to present the beta version of TreeView for WinForms. This control is designed to display, manage and edit hierarchical data structures. TreeView for WinForms extends the core concept of standard TreeView control with multi-column representation, editable nodes, multiple images for single node, several data binding modes, rich styles and more.
Get a hierarchical view of your data items with TreeView for WPF. It's similar to the standard TreeView controls available in Window Forms, but provides more features like keyboard-based search, drag and drop functionality, auto-search, hierarchical templates, and more.
Creating iTunes-like interfaces with TreeGrids, schedules with custom cells, a calendar, and even Sudoku.
ComponentOne Studio for Silverlight includes a very useful control, C1TreeView, which can be used to create a hierarchical structure for data in nodes format.
C1Flexgrid for WPF provides lot of features including the option to Group the data. However, it lacks the support for Hierarchical structure. Hierarchical display provides the ability to present the master data to users, such that the related detail data can be viewed in the same grid with a single mouse click. End users can expand and collapse the related row bands using a TreeView-like interface.
Script 1: Studio for WinRT XAML Control Explorer
ComponentOne has released a major update of Studio for WinRT XAML and it is loaded with new enhancements! Highlights of this update include:
The C1FlexGrid can group data hierarchically and display it with a collapsible tree (similar to the one in the Microsoft TreeView control). The GridTree object is used to specify the position and appearance of the outline tree. We can also show CheckBoxes for each treenode. Extending this functionality we can add a feature which enables us to check/uncheck child nodes when the root/parent node is checked/unchecked.