This week on XAMLFlix we’re looking at RadTimeBar for Silverlight and WPF.
XAMLflix is a Telerik production, designed to teach you how to use and get the most out of new new and existing controls in Telerik’s XAML suite. Every Tuesday and Thursday we have new videos; every Wednesday we have a new written tutorial.
Since the Telerik Silverlight and WPF controls share a common codebase and API, you only have to learn how to use them once! In this video we show how to work with RadTimeBar in Silverlight, but the downloadable code demonstrates clearly that the same code works perfectly in WPF.
RadTimeBar is a lightweight time-bound Data Visualization control. It acts as a container for displaying data, and is ideally suited to work with RadSparkline, containing the Sparkline and giving it context within a time period. You can also combine RadTimeBar with RadChart, RadGridView, RadBulletGraph etc.
RadTimeBar provides a powerful context for RadSparkline. The sparkline is terrific at providing an overview of the trends of your data; anchoring it in RadTimeLine gives that overview a context of when the various changes occurred.
In these videos you’ll see how easily you can add and modify RadTimeBar and how you can use RadTimeBar as a container for other data visualization controls such as RadSparkline.
Remember, RadTimeBar is only one of the controls offered in the Silverlight/WPF suite. Download your own copy of the Silverlight and WPF control suite right now.
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