ComponentOne Studio for WPF 2011 v1 adds C1RichTextBox, C1CarouselPanel, C1ReportViewer and C1SpellChecker.
ComponentOne Studio for WPF is a collection of easy to use WPF components currently including grids, charting, reporting and scheduling controls.ComponentOne WPF controls are built with XAML to promote collaboration in your team and fully compatible with the new XBAP deployment capabilities of Windows Presentation Foundation. ComponentOne Studio for WPF also includes any new ComponentOne Windows Presentation Foundation component and updates released within your 1 year subscription period, plus email support. ComponentOne Platinum Support Subscriptions also provide a full year of Telephone and Online Technical Support.
With Excel-like filtering added to FlexGrid, a long list of Chart enhancements, and four new, powerful controls, the release of Studio for WPF is sure to please. FlexGrid users will enjoy the Excel-like ability to either set the filter by selecting values that should be displayed or by specifying conditions that must be met by the values in the column. Just the same, Chart users are sure to revel the 2011 additions, to just name a few: quickly render line and scatter plots using low-level graphics routines, easily position elements on the chart with new Layer collection, and ability to stack multiple plot areas horizontally and vertically.
New RichTextBox Control
Chart for WPF Enhancements
FlexGrid for WPF Enhancements
New Carousel for WPF Control
The new Carousel for WPF includes a virtualizing panel control that arranges child elements along an arbitrary 3D path. Use C1CarouselPanel with any items control to turn a flat list of items into a virtualizing carousel with true 3D perspectives and scrolling animation.
DataGrid for WPF Enhancements
DataGrid includes two new extension assemblies, which adds filtering and grouping summary functionality.
PdfViewer for WPF Enhancements
Reports for WPF Enhancements
The new C1MultiDocument component is designed for creating, persisting, and exporting combined and very large C1PrintDocuments. The component supports links between contained documents, a common TOC and word index, as well as continuous page numeration and total page count.
New ReportViewer for WPF Control
The new C1ReportViewer control can display HTML and PDF-based reports (or documents) from virtually any report service, including Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services. This versatile viewer allows users to see, search, zoom, select, print and save the reports to local files. The C1ReportViewer control is different than C1DocumentViewer in that it's report engine agnostic.
New SpellChecker for WPF Control
ComponentOne SpellChecker control provides the easiest-to-use and most efficient spell checker available on the market today. Experience Microsoft Word-like spell checking capable of processing 400,000 words per second and supported in over 20 different languages.
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Published in Development Tool News & Software Component News, March 17, 2011