Telerik UI for WPF
The Virtual Keyboard for WPF is a visual component that is rendered on the screen and mimics a physical keyboard. The users can interact with the Virtual Keyboard via the mouse or a touch device. For a richer user experience, you can enable the default click sound or add a custom sound effect.
The newest member of the Telerik UI for WPF themes family is here! It is inspired by Windows 11 and you can enjoy the smooth round shapes in a Light or Dark variation, as well as the famous Mica backdrop effect on Windows 11.
The theme offers additional System variation that automatically switches to Dark or Light depending on the system settings and the ability to use the system accent color.
We are delighted to announce that the Telerik UI for WPF suite is fully compatible with .NET 7 Preview 3, and you can use the WPF controls with the latest framework.
With .NET 6, Microsoft shipped native support for ARM64 on machines that run Windows on ARM devices like Surface Pro X, Samsung Galaxy Book and more. We are happy to confirm that all Telerik UI for WPF controls are compatible with ARM64 and can be utilized for applications targeting it.
The Telerik UI for WPF Virtual Grid control can now have custom UI elements placed in the Virtual Grid cells. For example, you can set custom controls, symbols or images, change the color of the cells’ text, background or foreground, etc.
If you need to provide a more punctual view of the ticks in an axis, you can utilize the minor ticks support of RadChartView. With it, you can define the number of minor ticks to be displayed between the major ticks.
Minor ticks can be almost completely customized with the available API to define the number of minor ticks between the major ones, the tick length, offset from the major tick, the tick template, style and more.
Stripes are the visual representation of the minor ticks in the chart area and can be used to display where the minor ticks are, for the user to easily spot the value of a certain tick and compare it to a data point on the chart.
Stripes support defining the stripe visibility, style, dash array and more.
This functionality will ease the filtering process by introducing a search option to the Filtering control. Users will no longer have to scroll down the distinct filtering values and can quickly type in a desired value to find it.
The GridView control for WPF comes with a new handy feature—support for Excel-like zooming. This allows users to zoom in and out in the context of the GridView via the CTRL + mouse wheel combination.
Multiple displays may be beneficial for your users’ daily activities, but they also come with their own set of twists. With the new enhancement in the RadDesktopAlert, you will be able to display it on the current display instead of the main one to easily capture the user’s attention.
RadCartesianChart3D can automatically create a dynamic number of series based on the provided data source. You can take advantage of this feature by creating a ChartSeriesProvider3D object. This object receives the data and holds the ChartSeriesDescriptor3D objects that define the specific properties of the dynamically generated series.
The Telerik UI for WPF Diagram control now supports a Fit to page option in the Print Preview dialog. If you want to fit the control to multiple pages vertically, horizontally or both ways, you will have control over the orientation with the Fit to page support.
The full visualizing power of conditional formatting is now accessible with a few clicks, thanks to the newly introduced UI. It allows users to set conditions based on which to format the cells in the spreadsheet, making it easier to analyze the data.
The feature comes with a wide range of predefined conditions, formatting options and also supports utilizing a formula to define a condition.
This functionality of the Telerik UI for WPF Spreadsheet enables users to add, delete or reply to a comment in cells. Additionally, a comment (thread) can be marked as resolved, deleted or reopened at a later stage.
Cell references make it easy for RadSpreadsheet users to craft formulas that apply to a range of cells. All three types of references are supported—Absolute, Relative and Mixed.
The latest addition to the SpreadProcessing library is the ability to insert and delete comments in excel files. This functionality allows you to add information about a cell, reply to a comment or delete one. Information such as the creation date, author and whether the comment is resolved is also readily available.
SpreadProcessing now supports Absolute, Relative and Mixed cell references to entire columns and rows, e.g., $1:$2 and A:D. These come in handy when you need to work with a range of cells.
According to the PDF standard, Type 3 fonts can contain lines, areas, shares of gray, images, graduated fills or variable stroke width. This makes them quite useful for displaying logos or barcodes. Should you need to embed Type 3 fonts into a PDF file or to manipulate a file that uses such font types, with the RadPdfProcessing library for WinForms you can do it all.