• .NET

    TimeRulerItems and GroupHeaders in RadScheduleView

    March 24, 2011 Share
    RadControls for WPF, 2011.Q1 The most important controls in RadScheduleView are the GroupHeaders, AppointmentItems and TimeRulerItems. While the AppointmentItems does not vary much RadScheduleView introduces several different uses of the GroupHeaders and TimeRulerItems. Styles Compared to DataTemplates for GroupHeaders and TimeRulerItems The GroupHeaders and TimeRulerItems appearance can be modified through DataTemplates and Styles. The DataTemplate can be changed by editing the GroupHeaderContentTemplateSelector for GroupHeaders and TimeRulerItemTemplateSelector for TimeRulerItems. The DataTemplates can be used to modify the content presentation but modifying the visual appearance of the overall control may be limited. For example you can change the time string formats in both the GroupHeaders...
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    Setting up the RadScheduleView

    March 24, 2011 Share
    RadControls for WPF, 2011.Q1 The attached project will be generated in this blog and will be used in future: DOWNLOAD: RadScheduleView_StartUp.zip This is probably the first post of a series that will guide you through RadScheduleView styling. We will try to use Blend as much as possible for the styling and designing part and VisualStudio 2010 for some of the code that we will need. Setting the References RadScheduleView requires the following references: Telerik.Windows.Controls Telerik.Windows.Data Telerik.Windows.Controls.Input Telerik.Windows.Controls.Navigation Telerik.Windows.Controls.ScheduleView Adding the RadScheduleView in the Design Surface In the MainWindow select the “[grid]” element, find the RadScheduleView in the toolbox and double-click it: Probably the view now does not look...
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    RadDataForm and RadGridView integration - popup editing.

      Often collection data is better presented in a tabular view and better edited in a form view. Such UX approach is referred by our clients as “Popup editing in RadGridView”. With the help of the new RadDataForm and the good old RadGridView a few lines of code are needed to accomplish this.
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    RadTimeBar - A Brand New Member In The Telerik WPF/Silverlight Data Visualization Family

    Hello everyone! Q1 2011 has just been released and with it comes for the first time the RadTimeBar. Time Bar is a time bound DataVisualization control whose main purpose is to allow lightweight scrolling, navigation, and selection through large periods of time. To ease visualization the timebar can divide the displayed timespan in predefined periods like years, quarters, months, weeks, days, etc. While showing periods of time divided in weeks can be fun, it becomes really useful when combined with another great product that allows quick data visualization – the RadSparklines.  In addition to visualizing data, the RadTimeBar control allows you...
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    New control for WPF and Silverlight from Telerik - RadDataForm

    In the context of our 30th release I am happy to share even more good news with you. With the official Q1 2011 release we have enriched the developer toolbox with the new RadDataForm.In the tradition of our existing data-aware controls such as RadGridVIew, RadDataForm deals with data in easy and intuitive  way. It provides complete CRUD support over an object or a collection of objects taking care of adding, editing, deleting and navigation trough collections. We had the RadGridView to take care of tabular views and now we have RadDataForm to take care of scenarios where form layout is more...