Asynchronous treeview node updating wpf

28 Sep

You do not need to learn a complex API to accomplish a task; create professional looking treeviews with only a few lines of code. This Application has been made using the VBE OCX posted into one of the download section.

So it's using almost all the functions of the OCX and allow the user to navigate throught objects informations.

Once loaded in the application, you can choose to view the tree as a Radial Tree, a Cladogram (or a Rectangular Cladogram) or a Phylogram. NET controls that assists you to build feature-rich, stable web applications in the shortest possible time. NET server control with AJAX support to display hierarchical data in a tree structure. Forms controls by offering complete industry standard data management interface in .

The collection includes such essential components as Menu, Data Grid, Tree View, etc. The main advantage over other Tree View controls is the SIMPLICITY. Net 1.0/1.1/2.0/3.0/3.5/4.0 versions, with features designed for speed and flexibility. Net works in bound, unbound, virtual modes and can mix these modes.

is an event-driven I/O server-side Java Script environment based on the open-source V8 Javascript engine. There's been a lot of discussion on it lately; it's neither a cancer nor the cure for cancer, but it makes it easier to handle scaling in the small.

It's really easy to run it on Windows now, and if you run it under iisnode, it's actually running under a standard IIS Handler, which means you can integrate it directly into ASP. While you can handle asynchrony in most web frameworks, it's a fundamental part of Node.

There's plenty of information out there on what Node is and how it's used, so I'm going to skip over that and reference a few good introductory posts: While Node has been mentioned enough on the Herding Code podcast enough that listeners have told it's been incorporated into the (unofficial) Herding Code drinking game, we've only had two official shows dedicated to Node so far.

At this point, it seems that the only viable approach would be to change the column visibility in code-behind, which we usually prefer to avoid when using the MVVM pattern…

Sample I’m going to provide a simple example how to display hierarchical data from SQL Server database in the Tree View.

A requirement is that the implementation should not be dependant on the hierarchy level in the database.

It's a datagrid with asynchronous data virtualization and modern smooth scrolling mechanics.

Xceed Data Grid for WPF features rich in-place editing with a full complement of flexible, themed, and themable editor controls for all kinds of data types.