UI for WPF
Telerik UI for WPF features the three most commonly used file and folder manipulation dialogs—Open File Dialog, Save File Dialog and Open Folder Dialog, all of which are fully themable delivering consistent look and feel across the application. They can come really handy if you are looking for a more appealing UI and want to replace the standard MS file dialogs with a modern design and user experience.
The Open File Dialog is a modal dialog window that allows the user to select one or multiple file names to open. It features plenty of the features the standard OpenFileDialog, such as variety of layout options, defining filters, file extensions, saving the last used directory, while leaving plenty of room for customizations.
The Save File Dialog is a modal dialog window that allows the end user to save a file to the file system. It features plenty of the features the standard SaveFileDialog, such as variety of layout options, defining filters, file extensions, showing read only files, while leaving plenty of room for customizations.
The Open Folder Dialog is a modal dialog window that allows the end user to select one or multiple folders from the file system. It features plenty of the features of the standard OpenFolderDialog, such as variety of layout options, saving the last used directory, while leaving plenty of room for customizations.
All dialogs are shipped with a rich set of themes that enable you to easily build slick interfaces with the look-and-feel of Fluent, Material, Windows and Office design, as well as plenty of other options. This provides your application and its dialogs with a consistent look and feel.
All dialogs deliver feature built-in keyboard support. Once the dialog is shown, the user can use arrow keys to navigate through items. Additionally, with arrow keys navigation, it supports keyboard search—start typing a word and the control will select items that match the text. Or, the user can press a single character to navigate to the first item starting with that character. File/Folder editing options are also in place.
All dialogs are touch enabled in case one needs to use them on a touch device. Simply apply one of the touch themes we offer and the dialogs will be adjusted accordingly.
All operations performed with any of the dialogs are automatically synced with the file system, as well as the dialogs will detect and reflect any external changes.
A new property specifies whether the user should be able to rename the files and folders. You can enable or disable the renaming of all files and folders or apply the logic only to specific cases when needed.
A convenient tree control makes navigating the file system hierarchy a breeze. The fluent navigation is also enhanced by under-the-hood action history which allows going back and forth between the file system hierarchy.
All dialogs feature convenient search functionality that will not only search into file names, but in file contents as well, utilizing the powerful Windows Search Index.
All dialogs come with variety of built-in layout options, such as Details, Tiles, Small Icons, Large Icons and feature convenient options such as new folder creation, selecting different file extensions, auto complete for the file/folder name input.
To make the user experience fluent, the convenient Windows context menu will be shown when files/folders are being right clicked, featuring all the familiar options it exposes. In addition, clicking on an empty space the "standard" Windows context menu will pop up including all available options.
The FileDialogs control offers out-of-the-box support for environmental variables, which refer to specific directories on the Windows files system, as well as other user defined variables.