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SandDock is a powerful window layout and management engine designed to quickly and easily add advanced document paging and dockable windows functionality to your applications. Its components provide a modern replacement for the standard Windows MDI paradigm and an advanced dockable windows system that supports complex layout systems, collapsible.
Free download of SandDock for Windows Forms 3.0.6, size
The version for Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) is able to leverage new technology to provide more visual features than its Windows Forms counterpart, such as smoothly animated transitions and 3D window switching - like the Flip-3D feature from Microsoft Windows Vista. With Visual Studio 2008 comes a designer for WPF, and SandDock takes full.
Free download of SandDock for WPF 1. 4. 2004, size
SandDock is award-winning window management software that enables dockable floating windows, tabbed documents and other advanced window management functionality in applications that use it. This technology has been ported to the Silverlight platform to bring web developers flexible window management features for their online software. The product.
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SandGrid is a powerful, versatile list control capable of displaying data in tabular and hierarchical form. It was designed from the ground up to support trees of items and to be truly extensible. Because of its special architecture it offers a powerful replacement for the ListView, TreeView and DataGridView controls - offering more customization.
Free download of SandGrid for Windows Forms 2. 2. 2003, size
Wizard Framework is the very best way to eliminate the headache of creating a robust, functional wizard in your application. It features a carefully designed API that makes it a breeze to configure all kinds of wizards - from a simple linear flow to a complex process with many junctions and decisions. Along with the core wizard controls, the.
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