Aloha! 🌺 It is time for some summertime freshness with our cool new Telerik UI for WinUI release—0.4.0 is live now! 🏄♂️ It brings latest Windows App SDK (Project Reunion) support for both WinUI flavors—Win32 and UWP—new DataForm, UniformGrid and GridSplitter components, and other improvements. 🥥
Let me guide you through what is new this release.
Windows App SDK was previously known by the code name Project Reunion. Currently some of the SDK assets still use the code name (for example the NuGet packages), however they will be renamed in future release. Recently the latest versions were announced from Microsoft—the stable version 0.8.1 providing only the production-ready Win32 support and the experimental one 0.8 Preview delivering support for the UWP flavor. With this release we are adding support for both latest versions of the SDK! Let us know if you have any feedback—happy coding! :)
I bet everybody reading this has used a DataForm control at least once in their lifetime and you know sometimes you just badly need it! 😁 Sooo the good news here is you now have it—introducing RadDataForm for WinUI.
RadDataForm is a UI component that presents the data in a form layout focusing on each item separately. It can be bound to an object or a collection of objects with a single line of code, which enables full CRUD support. It provides an out-of-the-box UI for navigating, adding, deleting and editing items in the data collection.
Here are some of the main features:
I’m sure you are going to like it! For more info about the control, check out the DataForm section in our online help documentation.
RadUniformGrid is a responsive layout component which arranges items in an evenly spaced set of rows and/or columns to fill the total available display space. Each cell in the grid, by default, will be the same size.
Here are the key features:
For more details check out the UniformGrid help documentation.
The third new component for this release is RadGridSplitter. It is a control that allows you to redistribute the space between columns or rows of a Grid panel. By dragging the splitter, the targeted columns or rows will be resized. Find out the key features below:
For more info check out the GridSpliter section in our online help documentation.
We have a lot more! To get an overview of all the latest features and improvements we’ve made, check out the release notes for the products below:
Make sure to check out our examples application to see all the new stuff from this release in action:
Don’t wait—try out the latest:
In case you missed it, here are some of the updates from our previous release.
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