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How to implement explorer like functionality using Syncfusion controls

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55034 Jan 23,2007 12:49 AM Jan 24,2007 04:25 AM Windows Forms 1
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Ubaid
Asked On January 23, 2007 12:49 AM

Hi All,

I want to implement windows explorer like functionality. Is there any syncfusion control that can facilitate me in this regard like we have list view control in microsoft and if there is any, does it support small icons, large icons and detail view.

Regards,
Ubaid Tariq

Poly J [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 24, 2007 04:25 AM

Hi Ubaid,

Thanks for your interest in Syncfusion Products.
You can use TreeViewAdv Control for implement the functionality like windows explorer.

The Essential Tools TreeViewAdv control implements a classical tree structure with support for left, right and state images, check box and option buttons, ToolTips and help text capabilities. It also provides advanced drag-and-drop UI support, context-menu association, gradient backgrounds and multiple border styles. The control also comes with complete design-time support.
It also employs a styles architecture to let users define styles for nodes at different levels of the tree.

Please find the attached screen shot.
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For knowing more about the features available with TreeView please refer the link below:

http://www.syncfusion.com/products/tools/windows/features/Tree_Package/default.aspx

Best Regards,
Poly


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