exposes two properties that might help in your case:
- MinimizedRowHeight - specifies the height of the minimized items. It is of type GridLength and therefore it allows defining absolute, start and auto sizing.
- MinimizedColumnWidth - specifies the width of the minimized tiles. It is of type GridLength and therefore it allows defining absolute, start and auto sizing.
Once you set the above properties, you specify the size of the minimization area of the TileView
, which means that the remaining part of the overall TileView
size is left for the Maximized
I'd recommend going through the Rows and Columns
article for more information. Also, if you run our demos
locally and navigate to the RadTileView->Item Sizing
example, you can try different sizing options and examine the behavior of the control in each scenario.
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