Volume 4 delivers new features for WPF development, including a new Text Input Layout control, support to display column summaries as titles in the DataGrid, and the ability to create ZUGFeRD 2.0 PDF documents using the PDF Library.
Users can extract lines of text from a PDF file along with their bounds information.
Users can extract words from a PDF file along with their bounds information.
This feature allows you to calculate the summary (table, caption, or group summary) for the selected records in datagrid.
This feature allows you to show a title as a column summary (table, caption, or group summary).
This feature allows users to show any custom view in summary rows (table, caption, and group summaries).
This feature allows you to position a row at the beginning or end of the DataGrid when a new row is added using the built-in AddNewRow option.
This feature allows users to filter data with “Does not begin with” and “Does not end with” options in the Excel-like UI filter.
This feature allows users to select multiple rows by interacting with the check boxes in a column or within the rows. Users can also select all the rows using an intuitive check box in the header.
This feature allows you to delay filtering or searching records in the drop-down when typing each character in the editor so that filtering won’t be applied for each character when you type quickly.
The new Text Input Layout control adds decorative elements like floating labels, icons, and assistive labels on top of the WPF TextBox.
Displays floating labels when the input view is focused.
Displays error labels.
Supports none, filled, and outlined container types.
Displays leading and trailing icons.
Displays helper labels.
Displays maximum character count.
Now, the AutoComplete control’s search optimization loads and performs search operations seamlessly even for more than a million items populated.
This feature allows users to fix a range in the Range Slider and drag the range without changing the start and end points individually.
The new stacked line and stacked line 100 series in WPF Charts allow users to visualize the different series stacked together to show a cumulative value.
An option has been provided to add custom controls to the left and right sides of the Chromeless Window title bar.
Word Library now allows creating and editing mathematical equations (MathML) in Word documents (DOCX and WordML).
Word Library now automatically adjusts table cell size based on its content.
This feature allows freehand drawing over an image.
This feature allows users to rotate text placed over an image.
Provides localization support for toolbar items and their tooltip text.
This feature allows users to change the z-index of a predefined selected shape and text by using methods programmatically.
The feature allows users to align labels smartly within shape boundaries to avoid overlapping.
This feature allows users to store downloaded tiles in a local folder and reuse them while zooming and panning. Users can provide a storage location explicitly.
This feature provides an event for knowing the current and previous values of the imagery layer zoom level.
This event provides the current tile view rectangle bounds values while zooming and panning the imagery layer.
This feature provides a method to delete tiles from the cached location.
Support provided to create PDF/A conformance documents. Using this library, the following types of conformance documents can be created.
Improved the PDF digital signature validation algorithm to identify Incremental saving attacks (ISA).
Support provided to remove duplicate PDF resources such as image and fonts when merging PDF documents.
This feature allows you to digitally sign a PDF document externally with LTV.
Support provided to create ZUGFeRD 2.0 PDF documents.
This feature allows you to explore nested properties of a selected object to any level.
Built-in editor for unsigned int, short, long, and TimeSpan types have been provided.
You can now give a null value to nullable primitive types.
Based on your application’s requirements, you can now prepare and display a separate context menu for the Ribbon gallery and its items.
This feature allows users to change the format of the legend labels.
This feature is used to serialize and deserialize the SurfaceChart object.
The single line mode is an edit mode that provides a single-line text box with the full functionality of the syntax editor and its languages.
SaveAs allows the content to be saved as a new file or a copy of an existing file. Users can define the file name and location when saving the file.
A new status bar provides options to display the line numbers, column index, file path, and encoding type. Predefined options can be hidden and custom options can be added in the status bar.
A macro is a set of programming codes that runs in the Excel environment to automate tasks. XlsIO allows you to create and edit macros in Excel worksheets using IVbaProject and save the worksheets in different formats such as XLS, XLTM, and XLSM.
Conditional formatting now allows you to highlight the following: