Released on June. 18, 2014
UI for WinForms now provides the APIs for working with the most common document formats: DOCX, RTF, XLSX, CSV, and PDF. With this release, you can embed, load, create, convert and print documents directly within your apps, without needing to have Microsoft Office, or any other external library, installed.
Without doubt, Scheduler a powerful and highly-used component. Based on your feedback, we are glad to introduce an improved version of RadScheduler that addresses shortcomings and enhances its functionality and performance. Here are the highlights:
RadGridView is now enhanced with smart text search functionality. Upon writing in the built-in search text field, the end user will get immediate visual feedback from RadGridView if the visible cells on the screen match the search criteria. Furthermore, upon clicking the search button or hitting the Enter key, the end user will be navigated to the cells of interest. The search process is asynchronous ensuring smooth application experience.
A feature useful in many business cases, null-value support, is now available in ChartView. It enables RadChartView to properly display data with missing records for a given category or date, so your end users don’t confuse the missing records with zero values for those categories/dates.
A highly requested feature, the ability to arrange tabs in multiple lines is now available with Q2 2014. This feature enables you to see more of your tabs in one glance, even when the the width of your RadPageView instance is smaller.
As of this release, RadSplitContainer provides interactive splitters and split buttons. This feature allows the end-user to more intuitively collapse or expand a panel when needed. Thanks to this out-of-the-box feature, you no longer need to use code to control the expand/collapse behavior of your end-users.
RadCalendar now offers slick animated navigation between views similar to the one in the Windows calendar. Thanks to that feature, you can easily switch to a date years ahead or behind of the date currently in view.
Up until now, the drop down menu in RadDateTimePicker only allowed selecting a date. This Q release allows you to pick not only the date, but the time as well. Furthermore, it supports freely typed dates, automatically selecting the entered date.
Now Visual Style Builder automatically saves your work every two minutes by default. You can easily tweak this setting from the Settings window.
It is now a breeze to align text-based controls with the new text baseline indicator at design-time.
RadTextBoxControl now offers not just TextWrap, but WordWrap as well. Check the picture below – on the left we have a RadTextBoxControl with TextWrap, while on the right we have RadTextBoxControl with WordWrap.
Up until now, end-users had to enter dates according to a specific predefined mask. With this release, they are able to enter a date in a wide range of formats, and RadMaskedEditBox will automatically convert the entered date into a DateTime value.
Now RadTimePicker allows time selection only in a given predefined time range. MinTime and MaxTime properties would determine what this range is.
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