The RadListView control can display a flat collection of objects in three different ways:
In addition to Filtering, Sorting and Grouping, RadListView control provides several unique end-user features, which makes the control stand out from the crowd:
The RadListView data editing capability gives the end-user the ability to edit the item's text on double-click. You can easily employ the built-in editors to allow editing of string, numeric or date-time data. You can also allow editing providing a list of predefined choices.
RadListView comes with easy-to-use filtering API that allows you to filter its items according to a custom criteria.
RadListView features integrated sorting which can be set to automatically sort data entries by setting a preferred sorting condition. In addition, the entries can be sorted according to any field, regardless of how this field is presented in the UI – it can use “main” field of entry, a secondary field, or even an invisible one. The items here are sorted by Year of Manufacture.
You can bind RadListView to whatever data source your application is using—no limits. Also, you can choose the optimal data mode to manage your data most effectively:
The width and height of items and groups can be either automatically calculated or predefined to a certain value. In addition, DetailsView supports best-fitting columns and column resize.
You can fully customize an item’s appearance (colors, fonts, text and image relation and so on) using the formatting events. Or, you can completely replace visual items with custom ones.
The control features single and multiple selection, and, in ListView and DetailsView view modes, the FullRowSelect property determines whether to include only the item in the selection or the whole row.
In addition, each item in the control has a built-in check box. The item’s checkbox can be shown with a single property setting, and a convenient collection returns all currently checked items.
RadListView uses the powerful RadSpreadProcessing API to export its content into .xlsx, .csv, .pdf and .txt formats. All view types can be exported, and the export process is fully customizable.
RadListView support touch gestures. You can select items, reorder columns and scroll without having to search for the scrollbar.
RadListView provides rich design-time support, making customizations and configurations very easy. Some key capabilities include:
RadListView is shipped with a rich set of themes that allow you to easily build slick interfaces with the look-and-feel of Windows, Office, Metro, etc. The themes can be easily switched using a single property. This significantly simplifies styling even for complex configurations.
Telerik RadListView exposes a variety of properties which can be used to define the structure of the control with extra information such as images, descriptions, etc.
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