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The purpose of this project is to share basic WPF controls and helpers for integrating with Windows Azure for development purposes. Why these controls when free or 3rd party controls are already available? The key difference is "for development purposes" - not intended for PROD
Silverlight 2 is great technology, but some of very handy User Controls are still missing. This project provides Tree View user control for Silverlight 2 *NOTE: current code was ported from WPF source code and corresponds to Silverlight 2 RC0
New datatypes that are not in the default install to make Umbraco have some new controls such as Content/Media Treeview, Content/Media Drop Down List with Treeview. Controls have options to restrict DocumentTypes or MediaType and the start location to retreive from
WPF enhancement allowing you to use your own business class structure to display complex hierarchies in a standard WPF TreeView control. The included data template resolver and converter allow you to specify which templates are used based on your class types.
This web part is the basic tree view that you can see on the Quick Launch menu. I created this web part because I needed to have only a Tree view of sub-sites on a front page of a WSS site. This webpart is security trimmed.
A renderless tree React component for your hierarchical views. You need to show hierarchical data in different ways. You know how you want to show the information for each individual data item. But you don't want to repeat over and over again the logic about how to traverse the data, how to assemble it all to make it look like a tree, how to expand/collapse nodes, etc.