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Simplifying the WPF TreeView by Using the ViewModel Pattern
This article explores how to use the ViewModel pattern to make it easier to work with the TreeView
control in WPF. Along the way, we examine why people often have difficulty with the WPF TreeView
, what a ViewModel is, and two demo applications that show how to combine a TreeView
with a ViewModel. One of the demos shows how to create a searchable TreeView
, the other demonstrates how to implement lazy-loading (a.k.a. load-on-demand).
Advanced ClientSide TreeView v1.5
This article explains the use of TreeView
provided with .Net framework, this control actually tries to mimic the same in coding style. So, developers who have worked on ASP.Net TreeView
control would find it much easier to implement.
ASTreeView - A Free TreeView Control for ASP.NET
A full functional treeview
control for ASP.NET, including drag and drop, Ajax loading, context menu, dropdown treeview
Replacing TreeView with ListBox
is not good enough to support millions of nodes. Simulating ListBox might help.
Using Silverlight TreeView to Display BI Dimension
It explains how to display business intelligence dimension tabel using Silverlight TreeView
Silverlight TreeView with Crud
A silverlight TreeView
control with Crud operations
Using the TreeView Control and a DataList to Create an Online Image Gallery
ASP.NET version 2.0 includes a wide array of Web controls not found in
previous versions. One such control is the TreeView, which is ideal for displaying hierarchical data. The TreeView control
can be bound to a hierarchical data source such as the XmlDataSource or SiteMapDataSource, or can be constructed programmatically.
One common source of hierarchical data is the web server's file system. In many scenarios, there may be a folder that contains
subfolders and files that the user needs to be able to browse. Using the classes in the
we can programmatically populate the TreeView with the directory structure of our website. Then, when the user clicks a folder,
the selected folder's files can be displayed.
In this article we will examine how to create a simple image gallery web page that's a breeze to maintain. The image gallery
lacks the bells and whistles found in more complex and feature-rich image galleries, but this one is a cinch to deploy and
maintain. We'll be using two Web controls: a TreeView to list the folders and subfolders in which the images reside; and
a DataList control that lists each image in the selected folder..
with multiple columns.
Generic Dictionaries: Hidden Treasure of System.Collections.Generic
Generic dictionaries simplify common tasks, such as coordinating selection between a TreeView
and a ListView—but their capabilities extend far beyond that, once you realize you can use DynamicInvoke() to execute delegates stored in the dictionary.
ExpTreeLib Version 3 - Explorer-like Navigation and Operation for your Forms
A Class Library for building Forms with a folder navigation TreeView
and form specific ListViews that can be tailored for your application and behave like Windows Explorer. Full documentation.