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Showing posts with label WinForms. Show all posts
Showing posts with label WinForms. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Pivotize your data with Telerik’s PivotGrid for WinForms

Our Q3 2012 release is coming closer and closer and I was eager to share that we have prepared a new pack of fresh enhancements that will energize your Windows Forms applications. In this blog, which is the first from a set of upcoming articles, I'd like to give you a glimpse of the major features that you will find in the Q3 2012 installment.

The top highlight of this release is RadPivotGrid (Beta) for WinForms. Initially introduced as a CTP in Q2 2012 SP1, RadPivotGrid became much more powerful in terms of stability and set of features. The previously available grouping, sorting, report filtering, aggregates, pivot field list, summary rows/columns, are now complemented by group filtering, printing, integration with RadChartView, and a bunch of field list improvements.

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Friday, October 5, 2012

Global Shortcuts in WinForms and WPF

Sometimes, your form or window may need to respond to a hotkey (shortcut) even when it is not focused. There is no built in .NET functionality that allows for this, but it is built into the Win32 API using RegisterHotKey andUnRegisterHotKey; we'll get to that later.

However, if you want to register multiple hotkeys, within and or outside your application, it gets a tad bit difficult. In this article, we'll be creating the classes.

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