#725 – Make Use of the Extended WPF Toolkit

There is a WPF Toolkit project on Codeplex, authored by Microsoft, that includes a bunch of controls not available in the standard distribution.  But this project has been dormant since early 2010.

There is a more actively maintained WPF toolkit on Codeplex, the Extended WPF Toolkit (Community Edition).  This project was created by Xceed, as a community version of their more complete Extended WPF Toolkit Plus product.  The Plus version of the toolkit sells for a very reasonable $179.95.  But you can start by looking at the Community edition, which includes a big selection of controls.

Some of the controls in this project include:

  • IntegerUpDown
  • ColorSpectrumSlider
  • ColorCanvas
  • SingleUpDown
  • Pie
  • Selector
  • ZoomBox
  • CollectionEditorDialog
  • DateTimeUpDown
  • DateTimePicker
  • AutoSelectTextBox
  • DecimalUpDown
  • CheckListBox
  • and many more

Go take a look at the toolkit–it contains lots of great controls, as well as source code.

About Sean
Software developer in the Twin Cities area, passionate about .NET technologies. Equally passionate about my own personal projects related to family history and preservation of family stories and photos.

One Response to #725 – Make Use of the Extended WPF Toolkit

  1. Pingback: #726 – Sample Controls from the Extended WPF Toolkit « 2,000 Things You Should Know About WPF

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