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The SimplifiedRibbon is a new ComponentOne UI control for WPF for 2018v3. It’s simple, compact built to fall between a Toolbar and the traditional Ribbon.
The control has a simple, customizable design that allows you to toggle between a single row collapsed state and a more complicated three-line view. This allows you to always keep some options in view even when you want to preserve vertical space. Microsoft also provides their own Ribbon control for WPF, but the control is large, complicated, and not always straightforward to customize. The Simplified Ribbon is meant to act as an alternative to that with a much simpler API and straightforward customization options.
The new MultiSelect input control extends ComboBox and adds checkboxes so users can select multiple items from the dropdown. Available in WinForms, WPF, and UWP
New project templates in WinForms, WPF, Xamarin, and ASP.NET MVC make it easier than ever to create new projects in Visual Studio. ASP.NET MVC also includes a new Razor Pages scaffolder
New charts and features added to FlexChart include Pareto chart, axis grouping, options for managing overlapping in axis and data labels, and custom legend icons.
Users can now execute samples and demos directly from their desktop with the ComponentOne Samples Explorer, and ASP.NET MVC and Xamarin now features full Dashboard Demos
See what's new in GrapeCity Products in July 2017. Includes new product ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin.
Learn about PDFDocumentSource, a new PDF component that reads, prints, and exports PDF documents. PDFDocumentSource is available for WinForms, UWP, and WPF.
Learn about what's new in ComponentOne Ultimate in March 2017, including full support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2017.
See what's new in the ComponentOne Studio January 2017 service pack, including FlexReport for WPF's launch.
Look inside the 2015 v2 release of ComponentOne Studio and watch FlexGrid, Chart3D, and other ComponentOne controls in action.
See what's new in the 2013 v3 release of ComponentOne Studio Enterprise.
What's new in the 2013 v2 release of ComponentOne Studio Enterprise? A RadialMenu control for WinRT XAML, AngularJS support for Wijmo, and more!
Build basic image editing and export into your Windows apps with Bitmap for WinForms, WPF, and UWP.
GrapeCity offers team packs for ComponentOne Ultimate and ComponentOne Studio. Each pack includes five licenses and platinum support.
See what's new in the 2016 v2 release for ComponentOne Studio, Wijmo, and Xuni.
Greg Gum, the founder of Jet CRM, talks about how ComponentOne products played an "essential" role in developing Jet CRM.
For the 2019 v1 release we’ve added new animations to the Xamarin FlexGrid to make it look and feel better than ever.
Animations are important both cosmetically and functionally, as they greatly contribute to the responsiveness of your mobile UI. There are new animations for dragging and reordering rows and columns, a rip animation when selecting a row or column to drag, and new inserting and deleting animations.
The ComponentOne Control Panel is a new tool to improve your interaction with ComponentOne libraries. The new application handles installing, versioning, updating, and licensing the controls on your machine. It provides fast access to samples and support as well. It greatly streamlines the process of using ComponentOne controls and replaces several disparate apps from the past.
Learn how to take full advantage of ComponentOne's Xamarin data grid in your native mobile apps. In this webinar we'll cover the basics and great features of FlexGrid; and cross-platform development with Xamarin.Forms in Visual Studio 2017; and take a deep dive into some advanced FlexGrid functionality like on-demand loading, pull-to-refresh, and using the CellFactory.
ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin has been re-architected to better serve our users and the Xamarin platform in general. The new control suite brings a many exciting new features for cross-platform development. In this webinar we'll cover the basics of Xamarin's platform, and the exciting new features in ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin. With improved performance, support for Xamarin's designers, and many new control features it's one of our most exciting releases.
In this webinar, you'll learn:
- The process and tools we used to migrate to HTML5
- How to use the MVVM pattern from Silverlight/WPF when developing HTML5
- How to port data access and UI layers easily
- How to use AngularJS, TypeScript and Wijmo to migrate XAML and MVVM applications
Learn how to identify blog subjects, write in a compelling style, promote your blog posts, and more in this webinar on blogging as a developer.