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Allan asked on 04 Jun 2013, 05:58 AM
Is it possible to implement the following example for winforms in using the AJAX controls:

Private Sub TutorialCreatingASlideViewerWithRadRotator_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load
    Dim myPicturesPath As String = Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.MyPictures)
    For Each fileName As String In Directory.GetFiles(myPicturesPath, "*.jpg")
    RadRotator1.ShouldStopOnMouseOver = False
End Sub
Private Function GetThumbNail(ByVal path As String) As RadImageItem
    Dim imageItem As New RadImageItem()
    Dim image As Image = image.FromFile(path)
    ' workaround to prevent using internal image thumbnail
    ' calculate aspect ratio so image is not distorted
    Dim ratio As Double = 0
    If image.Width > image.Height Then
        ratio = ClientRectangle.Width / image.Width
        ratio = ClientRectangle.Height / image.Height
    End If
    Dim newWidth As Integer = Convert.ToInt32(image.Width * ratio)
    Dim newHeight As Integer = Convert.ToInt32(image.Height * ratio)
    imageItem.Image = image.GetThumbnailImage(newWidth, newHeight, Nothing, IntPtr.Zero)
    Return imageItem
End Function
Private Sub RadRotator1_BeginRotate(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As Telerik.WinControls.UI.BeginRotateEventArgs) Handles RadRotator1.BeginRotate
    RadLabelElement1.Text = [String].Format("Rotating from item {0} to {1}", e.From, e.[To])
End Sub

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answered on 06 Jun 2013, 04:51 PM
Hello Allan,

You can use a similar approach for populating the items in a RadRotator for ASP.NET AJAX. The difference is that you need to create an object of type RadRotatorItem, put the image in its Controls collection and then add the rotator item in the Items collection of the rotator:
Dim rotatorItem As New RadRotatorItem()
rotatorItem.Controls.Add(New Image())

Also, I noticed that you are resizing the images that are inserted in the rotator. The items in the RadRotator for ASP.NET AJAX need to have the same size (this is described in the configuration help article). If your images are with different sizes, you can put every image in a panel with the same size and then add this panel in the rotator item.

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