What We Accomplished
In this quarter, we published new maintenance releases of all our control products and released the 2016.1 WinForms Controls. In terms of development, we've been working on a new Grids product (for WPF and UWP) that will initially consist of a TreeListBox, similar to the tree control found in the Visual Studio Solution Explorer. That control is already in alpha testing to some customers. While that testing is ongoing, we have made great progress on a TreeListView control, which is a multi-column variant of the TreeListBox control. This control features everything you find in a standard ListView, along with all the features of TreeListBox, and additional ones like column reordering, frozen columns, etc. We'll post more on this new control very soon.
What’s Coming Next
Development of the TreeListView control is currently the primary focus. We hope to wrap that up for alpha testing in the next two or three weeks. After that we have some other plans for derived controls that are based on the foundation provided by TreeListBox and TreeListView that we will be getting into.
Blog Post List
Control Product Development
- TreeListBox - New Features and Ready for Alpha Testing
- TreeListBox - Async Expansion, Inline Editing, and More
- TreeListBox - Progress and Checkable Nodes Sample