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Overview

The WPF PropertyGrid control, inspired by the Visual Studio object editor, provides an intuitive way to display and edit object properties, with the ability to sort, group, and search by property names. Various built-in data editors and custom editors help to manage the properties of various data types. Also, the category editor helps to group properties of similar data types.


Built-in editors

By default, each property is mapped to built-in editor controls based on its data type and is automatically generated. For example, a numeric value is mapped to a numeric text box control.

Built in editors in wpf PropertyGrid


Custom editors

Using the custom editor option, users can map the object properties to any editor control of their choice, irrespective of its data type.

Custom editors in wpf PropertyGrid


Category editors

Users can add one or several related object properties in a custom control.

Category editors in wpf PropertyGrid


Validation

Validate data with the predefined editor controls. Users can define the validation criteria for custom editor controls, as well.

Validating properties in wpf PropertyGrid


Categorized properties

The grid can group properties based on categories. For example, “User Name” and “Password” properties are arranged under the “Login” category.

Properties are categorized in wpf PropertyGrid


Alphabetical properties

Users can arrange properties based on the initial alphabetical letter(s), either in ascending or descending order, in a single view.

Properties are sorted in Alphabetical order in wpf PropertyGrid


Filter properties with a built-in search option for easy access. In a single view, a properties filter would arrange the resultant property items sequentially. In a categorized view, a properties filter would arrange the resultant property items in categories.

Searching option in wpf PropertyGrid


Nested properties

The nested properties support allows users to navigate down the hierarchy in order to edit the inner-level object properties.

Properties are nested in wpf PropertyGrid


Show or hide properties

Customization options are available either to show or hide properties in a business object.


Property description

Show the property description within a description panel positioned at the bottom of the PropertyGrid.

Description of the property in wpf PropertyGrid


Custom styles and themes

Built in themes in wpf PropertyGrid

Built-in themes

The PropertyGrid control ships with built-in themes like Metro, Blend, Office 2010, Office 2013, Office 2016, Office 365, Visual Studio 2013, Visual Studio 2015, Lime, and Saffron.

Customized style in wpf PropertyGrid

Custom styling

Customize the appearance of the control to any extent programmatically.

Blendability support in wpf PropertyGrid

Blendability

Users can easily load and edit the WPF PropertyGrid control in Expression Blend for a custom style.


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