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WPF List Box, WPF Progress Bar and WPF Track Bar Controls by DevExpress

A new and easy-to-use ListBox, ProgressBar and TrackBar for Windows Presentation Foundation

Glendale, CA – is proud to announce the immediate availability of its newest WPF controls – the ListBox, ProgressBar and TrackBar components for Windows Presentation Foundation. Much like their WinForms counterparts, these controls can be used on a standalone basis or within containers such as the DevExpress WPF Grid for in-cell editing.

The DevExpress ListBox for WPF - Can be used as a standard list box, checked list box or a radio group control. Key features include:

- Lookup functionality. The editor can load values from a data field. The actual edit value (usually, ID) is fetched from a different field.

- Optional item highlighting

- Multiple item selection

The DevExpress Progress Bar for WPF - Can be used as a standard or marquee progress bar. Key features include:

- Current value display and capability to show custom content

- Customizable maximum and minimum values

- Horizontal or vertical orientation

The DevExpress Track Bar - Includes four different display styles including Track Bar, Range Track Bar, Microsoft Office® style Zoom Track Bar, and Zoom-Range Track Bar. Key features include:

- Customizable maximum and minimum values

- Horizontal or vertical orientation

- Customizable tick position and frequency

These new controls are available as part of DXperience v2010 vol 1 (shipping late April 2010). To learn more, visit DevExpress online at: and

To download your free evaluation copy of DXperience and our complete range of our award winning Visual Studio controls and development tools, visit us online at:

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Published Wednesday, April 21, 2010 4:07 PM by ssmith
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Enlisted in 1995. Basic at Ft Sill. AIT at Ft Jackson (75F). Served in Ohio National Guard. Went through ROTC program at Ohio State University and received 2LT commission in 1997, Engineer branch. Spent about 4 years in 16th Engineer Brigade in Ohio National Guard, then moved far from nearest unit and went into Inactive National Guard, and eventually Individual Ready Reserve. Called up from IRR in 2004 for duty in Iraq (Engineer Platoon Leader with 1st ID). Made it home in 2005. Resigned commission as a CPT in December 2005.