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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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