The Syncfusion Ribbon for WinUI is a command bar that organizes an application’s commands and tools into a series of tabs. It also supports a backstage view like in Microsoft Office products.
Commands can be categorized using ribbon tabs and groups. Ribbon groups can host ribbon items and custom items. A ribbon group contains a launcher button that reveals additional tools in the group.
The Syncfusion WinUI Ribbon control supports built-in command items like buttons, drop-down buttons, and split buttons. These buttons support three size modes: large, normal, and small.
A button available in different sizes to display content and images.
Similar to the button but with a drop-down that displays menu items.
Functions like both a button and a drop-down button, allowing users to select commands from the drop-down.
A ribbon group can host and display any control, such as combo boxes, text boxes, radio buttons, check boxes, and more.
Commonly used items can be placed in a pane in the right side of the control. The content in the right pane is shown irrespective of the currently selected tab.
The Ribbon control contains a separate view, the backstage view, to hold the application’s information and basic settings. The backstage view contains tabs and buttons, and separators are placed between backstage view items to create groups. The view can be placed at the top or bottom of the application.
The backstage view can host any controls to create a custom view based on the requirements of the application.
The Ribbon control includes light and dark themes.
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