The advanced button, split button, and drop-down button controls are extended from the WPF button with different characteristics to meet different application needs. It is compatible with the MVVM design pattern and supports features such as checkable support, multiline support, image size options, different button size modes, etc.
The advanced WPF button supports images along with text. With checkable support, the button control imitates the check box functionality and resembles toggle button with different states.
The WPF dropdown button provides advanced menu-like appearance to the button UI. When the arrow is clicked, it displays a dropdown list for selection. Other features of the dropdown menu and its items include boundary detection, title text, icon setting, check selection, etc.
The split button is a combination of a button and a menu control. The button itself provides a default selection or when the arrow is clicked, displays a dropdown list for other possible selections.
The WPF button comes in different sizes like small, normal, and large.
In a small size button, only a small image representing the purpose of the button will be displayed. There will be no text.
In a normal size button, a small image with the text on the side will be displayed.
In a large size button, a large image along with the text at the bottom will be displayed.
The WPF button image can be set in small and large sizes. Apart from the predefined sizes, the size of the image can also be set manually using height and width settings.
The WPF button control facilitates command binding support that is best suited to the MVVM approach. Predefined commands such as cut, copy, paste, etc. can be accommodated.
In large buttons, text can be displayed in multiple lines based on the length of the content for better user experience.
Shipped with built-in themes like Blend, Office 2010, Office 2013, Office 2016, Office 365, Visual Studio 2013, Visual Studio 2015, Metro, etc.
The appearance of the control can be customized to any extent programmatically.
Easy to customize all aspects of appearance using the theme studio utility.
Allows users to customize the text in the user interface based on the local culture.
The text direction and layout of the control can be displayed in the right-to-left direction.
The WPF button is compatible with Coded UI and UFT (formerly QTP) automation tools.
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