I'm using WPF to create an application that will using drag and drop elements from a large image. For example I have a image of a panel and I want to be able to drag and drop sections of the image over to another image and drop it. This action will trigger some underlying work.
I'm not really sure of the best way to do this with WPF and/or if there are any helpful Telerik UI WPF controls that will make this process easier. My thought is:
1. Sub divide my main large image into smaller individual images.
2. Organize the smaller images using a control (here is where I'm not really sure what control to use) such that they can position next to each other making up what would appear to be a single "seamless" large image (kinda like a completed jigsaw puzzle but all the pieces are rectangular).
3. User can drag and drop the image onto another image (which would be sub divided also), this would then trigger some internal process on the drop.
...is there some more refined/better approach where all I need to do is define hotspots for a single image and do a drag/drop operation that uses the defined hotspot area/coordinates?