This week Telerik released a service pack for the Q1 2009 RadControls for WPF.  You can get the full details about the release here (http://www.telerik.com/versionnotes.aspx?id=1896), but I wanted to point out a few highlights that might be of interest.

 

RadGridView

A number of features regarding exporting including the addition of ExcelML, an Exporting event

TAB navigation improvements

Addition of the GridViewComboBox column

and much more

 

RadGauge

Semi-circle and Quadrant-like styles for Radial Gauges both of which look very sleek.

image

image

 

RadChart

The Stacked Line and Stacked Spline Chart Types were added to the RadChart available types.

image

image

RadColorPicker

The Color Picker control allows the users to choose a color from more than 20 pre-defined pallettes. Additionally, custom pallettes can aslo be defined by the users.

image

RadTimePicker

The TimePicker control is an easy to use control allowing you to integrate time selection in your web applications. The control exposes an advanced parser that converts numeric values into valid time. Using the templates of the TimePicker control you can arrange the items or change the drop-arrow image in your very custom way. The control also supports binding to any collection or simply defining ranges by using Start/End Time and Intervals.  This control is now used by the RadScheduler as well, so if you are using that control, you will want to make note.

image

RadExpander

The Expander control is a flexible control that helps you save space and achieve easier navigation through your site. You can place the expander anywhere on your page and embed any content inside the drop-down area. The Expander control also gives you the control over its ExpandDirection to let you adjust the control as per your custom layout.

image

 

The service pack is now available for download or you can see some of these features using the Quick Start Framework located here (http://demos.telerik.com/wpf/)


Related Posts

Comments

Comments are disabled in preview mode.