We’re pleased to announce the release of WPF Elements 3.0, our suite of controls for Windows Presentation Foundation. 26 stunning controls, 5 beautiful themes, limitless possibilities!
What? The official marketing slogan’s not enough? You want to know more?
What’s new in WPF Elements 3?
The best way to get a feel for what’s in WPF Elements is to check out the online demo. This allows you to play with all of the controls and to see the different themes. Here’s a quick list of the new controls:
- Scheduler: an Outlook-style calendar that you can use to display any kind of time-based data — meetings, tasks, events, reminders, whatever!
- OutlookBar: a convenient, compact and attractive way of presenting multiple tabs in an application
- PaletteColorPicker: a color picker which encourages your users to select colors that work well together
- DualProgressBar: for when you need to provide more detailed feedback than a simple progress bar allows
- DualSlider: a simple and visual control for specifying ranges such as minimum-maximum options
- SplitButton: a familiar and intuitive way of presenting a family of commands
- RichTextToolBar: because with all those formatting options in the RichTextBox, your users are going to want some way of getting at them
- TimePicker and TimeSpanPicker: quick ways to select a time of day and duration for a time-based item such as a meeting or reminder
WPF Elements 3 also incorporates the WPF Property Grid and WPF Themes which were previously available as separate products. Plus of course it includes all the classic WPF Elements controls including:
Where can I get it?
WPF Elements 3 is available from the store now. It’s a free upgrade for existing WPF Elements, WPF Property Grid or WPF Themes customers.
Or download the 14-day trial FREE!
Check it out today!