Today we are releasing DotNetBar for WPF 6.0 with all new Advanced Multi-Column Tree Control and over 60 new features and enhancements:

Tree Control includes following major features:

  • Multi-Column Support
  • Nested Columns per Node
  • Data-binding with 2 Virtualization modes
  • Multiple node and/or cell selection
  • Automatic built-in, no code, drag & drop support
  • Extensible cell editing and custom editor support
  • Office 2010 and Windows 7 styling

Please review 3 new Tree control samples included in both C# and VB.

Also in this release are following new features for our Schedule control:

  • Appointment Images
  • Week and Day view time-slot color customizations
  • ICS (Internet Calendaring and Scheduling – RFC5545) import/export support

Detailed release notes are also available.

DotNetBar for WPF now includes 19 controls that help you create professional WPF Applications with ease. If you have DotNetBar for WPF license, you can download latest release from our Customer Only web site now. Trial version is also available.

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Todays update to DotNetBar includes ability for AdvTree control to host DotNetBar Items in cells. While cells can host any Windows Forms controls already, controls are fairly “heavy” and resource intensive. DotNetBar items are light-weight and super fast and so are great alternative to use instead of controls whenever possible.

Here is how to host items in cells:

Select AdvTree Node and go to Cells collection.

Click … collection edit button to show collection editor, then click Add to create new cell that will host an item:

Select newly created Cell and then select its HostedItem property:

Show item creation popup and select item that you want to host in cell:

And that’s it.

There is a small limitation to item hosting. You cannot host items that directly show popups. You can however assign content menus to such items and show popups that way if needed.

Here is also small sample project that shows this in action:

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