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Numerous Samples Many full-source demos and QuickStarts are included. Designer Functionality Configure the product using Visual Studio and Expression Blend designer enhancements. Rock Solid Code All pre-obfuscated code is scanned by the VS Code Analysis tool, and warnings resolved. Edit Boxes Parts-based editors uses individual controls, called parts, to present and modify discreet values in an associated object or objects. Several default implementations are provided for common .NET types, or you can build your own. Built-In Edit Boxes Date/Time The DateTimeEditBox and TimeSpanEditBox can be used to update the parts of a DateTime or TimeSpan, respectively. Both controls allow you to easily specify how the parts should be displayed using standard or custom format strings. The drop-down of the DateTimeEditBox selectively includes a calendar and/or clock, which can be used to update the value as well. The controls used in the drop-down are can be easily customized or completely replaced. Numeric These controls support the standard format strings, which allow you to specify various aspects of how the value is displayed. A calculator is used as the default control for the associated drop-down, which can be used to interactively calculate a new value. Brushes/Colors The BrushEditBox and ColorEditBox can be used to easily and intuitively input a Brush or Color, respectively. The drop-down controls include a color specturm control and associated color component sliders. The alpha component can be optionally displayed or modified. A BrushEditBox editing a linear gradient brush The BrushEditBox includes full support for linear and radial gradient brushes. Enumeration The EnumEditBox can be used to modify an enumeration value. In most cases, the list of possible values can be automatically gathered, including support for flag enumerations. An EnumEditBox modifying a flags enumeration value Others Customization Several type-specific implementation of the parts-based editor are provided. These controls can be used as-is or as the basis for a custom control. In addition, you can build a parts-based editor for any custom types you may have using the existing framework. A complete example showing how to build a parts-based editor for U.S. Social Security Numbers is included in our Sample Browser. Additional Features Default and Custom Items Each type-specific implementation of the parts-based editor includes several default items, such as a drop-down button (like in a ComboBox) and spinner buttons. In addition to these default items, any number of custom items can be added, through XAML or a code-behind file. A DateTimeEditBox with a custom delete button to the left of the drop-down button Custom items are intermixed with the default items, and their order can be quickly and easily customized. For example, you can insert a custom button before, after, or in between any of the default items. Drop Down Content The drop-down of all edit boxes can be fully customized, but default content is defined for most edit boxes. Null Values All type-specific parts-based editors support null values, with value-types leveraging the Nullable class. An optional check box is included as a default item, which can be used by the end-user to set the associated value to null. In addition, an initial value can be specified which is used to initialize the associated value from null, when the end-user checks the associated check box or enters a value in an associated part. Special null content, also known as a watermark, can be displayed when the associated value is null. This content is fully customizable through the use of a DataTemplate or DataTemplateSelector. This allows you to include controls such as buttons or images, or to handle certain events, such as mouse hover. 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