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The WPF Tile View control displays items as tiles that can be minimized and maximized. Let users reposition tiles with smooth animations by dragging and dropping them. The control supports virtualization, different views for minimized and maximized tile items, and options to maximize and close items interactively.

Minimized Item Orientation

Minimized items can be positioned in different places such as the left, top, bottom, and right. This can be done by using the minimized items orientation feature. Once a particular item is maximized, the other items will be minimized and shifted to the left, top, right, or bottom of the maximized item based on the orientation that was set.

WPF tile view minimized item orientation

WPF tile view minimized item height and width

Minimized Area Percentage

Once a particular item is maximized, other items inside the tile view control will be minimized. The height and width of the minimized area can be controlled using the minimized items percentage feature.

Tile View Item State

A tile view item has three states: maximized, minimized, and normal. If a particular item is set to be maximized, that item will be displayed in its maximized state, and other items will be minimized when the control is loaded. The control allows you to rearrange the items according to your needs.

WPF tile item maximized and minimized states

Tile item minimize and maximize button style

Minimize and Maximize Button Style

The style of the minimize and maximize buttons on tile view items are easily customizable.


Styles and skins can be applied to the tile view to enhance the appearance of an application. The tile view control has built-in skin support, which includes skins such as Office 2007 Blue, Black, Silver, Office 2003, Blend, Shiny Red, and Shiny Blue. WPF tile view built-in visual styles


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