November 15, 2011
From this release on, we will be only shipping Mango version of RadControls for Windows Phone 7.
The control provides suggestions as you type for convenience, faster navigation or faster typing for example. The suggestions are shown in a pop-up, but if you like you can hide the pop-up and show them
in a listbox wherever you chose
RadAutoCompleteBox is a text box with extended functionality that provides filtered suggestions as the user types. The control exposes a convenient API to control its behavior and uses performance optimized filtering algorithms to boost up performance. RadAutoCompleteBox has two Auto Complete Modes: StartsWith and Contains.
The StartsWith mode filters the candidate suggestions by comparing the user input with the beginning of the filter key of each candidate suggestion, whereas the Contains filtering mode looks for matches of the input string in the filter key of each candidate suggestion.
RadAutoCompleteBox allows you to control the behavior of the popup which displays the available suggestions, as well as to bind a separate list control to the suggestions source and thus not using a popup. There is an event which is fired each time the end user picks a suggestion which can be used to trigger an additional action upon suggestion selection.
The BulletGraph is excellent for using it in any report or dashboard. The control allows end-users see progress, comparison of different measures and ranges at a glance. It presents how a single measure
compares to other relative measures, how it fits in predefined ranges and whether this situation is good, satisfactory or bad. The Bullet Graph is easy to read and takes up small space in a report or
The control enables you to display and execute context sensitive actions. It is fully compliant with the Metro UI guidelines and offers great flexibility and extensibility, including custom animations, trigger mode, templates, commands plus much more. For your convenience we have prepared three examples in our demo application that feature the most common usages of a context menu
You can easily add picture browsing-like experience to your application with RadSlideView. It feels just like in the native OS. You can use any arbitrary content as a slide – picture, text, video or UI
control. RadSlideView is fully programmable and may be easily setup either in XAML or through code behind.
The control provides smooth and slick user experience that allows a sequence of user-defined content items to be viewed slide by slide. It may enter two different view modes – full screen, displaying one slide at a time and zoomed-out, displaying all the items in a strip allowing the user to easily navigate to a particular item. Based on the super-fast RadLoopingList, RadSlideView offers the same performance and extensibility, the optional infinite looping of the slide strip as well as all the built-in scroll animations with velocity support.
RadToggleSwitch is a fancier version of a checkbox control. And it has a built-in vibrate feature. ToggleSwitch is a binary state control, which mimics the experience found in the OS.
The control mimics the toggle switch native UI as defined by the Metro Design guidelines. It represents a binary set of two mutually exclusive options and is meant to bring additional friendliness to the user experience.