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SingleMalt
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SingleMalt asked on 13 Sep 2009, 05:32 PM
I have downloaded the trial and demo for the WPF. Could someone tell me how the left navigation bar is built? This is the panel with all the images for each control in the toolkit that you can select.

I open it in VS and HomePage.xaml does not seem to contain it. Examples.xml seems to contain declarations for the items in the list.

I am new to WPF and Telerik so thanks for bearing with me.

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Kalin Milanov
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answered on 15 Sep 2009, 02:46 PM
Hi SingleMalt,

The left navigation of the QSF (Quick Start Framework as we call it) is actually a stylized TreeView with added product icons to it. The examples solution which you browsing contains the examples themselves which aim to give you a kick start or reference when you are developing WPF applications. 

If you are interested in building such a TreeView I highly recommend you to browse the code of the examples for the control.

There is a completely different solution for the QSF which available only to users who purchased developer license with subscription and priority support as a part of our Source Code offering. For more information please refer to our website.

Best wishes,
Kalin Milanov
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answered on 21 Sep 2009, 06:43 PM
Thanks Kalin, but can you give me a little more to go on? I only have the demo version at this time. I have the Examples_WPF_cs project open in VS. Can you tell me where the treeview is located in the VS project and how it loads examples.xml? Just trying to prototype at this point but planning on purchasing while the product is being developed.
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answered on 22 Sep 2009, 12:45 PM
I found it. It is part of the included assembly/reference:

public class MainPage : System.Windows.Controls.Page
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