Use the new RadPasswordBox control to get password input from users, which will be stored in a secure string. The control shows predefined watermark text when empty, as well as a button that can display the currently entered password instead of the specified PasswordChar.
This new theme makes your app look like Office 2016, giving your users familiar application styling.
The new 3D chart gives your application the means to display real three dimensional data. That’s a nice-to-have addition for financial, statistical, dashboard, business, scientific and other types of applications with great end-user capabilities, such as rotating, panning and zooming. Feature highlights include:
RadLayoutControl is now official and its toolbox allows you to add, remove and reorder items, plus a new splitter item for resizing operations when not in edit mode.
A highly requested feature in RadGridView was the ability to select all cells in a column. This is now possible via the convenient column selection option in the grid’s header.
RadPivotGrid now features convenient selection, allowing users to select cells, rows and/or columns in various combinations, as well as commands to copy or clear the selection.
Select multiple items in RadComboBox . The control will display in its editable area, separated by a delimiter of your choice. Items can also be customized with a template to display check boxes..
WrapAround mode enables users to pan the Map horizontally with no limits. This also gives you the ability to position lines/curves with locations exceeding longitude limits [-180;180].
RadAutoCompleteBox now features functionality to display a “no result” message when the search criteria doesn’t match any items.
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