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A set of common controls and useful components for Silverlight applications
Silverlight 5 or later
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Help topics cover all controls and product features in great detail.
Many full-source demos and QuickStarts are included.
Configure the product using Visual Studio and Expression Blend designer enhancements.
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The Actipro Silverlight Shared Library contains several controls that can enhance your application, everything from popup buttons to context menus.
Quickly add a ContextMenu to any control using our ContextMenuService, including support for routed commands.
Data binding is fully supported, which allows the ContextMenu to be more easily leveraged from MVVM applications.
A ContextMenu with several standard menu items and a sub-menu
DropShadowChrome can be used to add a drop-shadow or subtle out glow to its content, all without the use of shader effects.
There are several options available, including the ability to customize the shadow color.
The DropShadowChrome control showing a drop shadow and outer glow
Using our Menu control you can create a top-level menu in your Silverlight application, which supports any number of nested sub-menus and routed commands.
Data binding is fully supported, which allows the Menu to be more easily leveraged from MVVM applications.
A Menu with several top-level menu items, such as a standard File menu
PopupButton supports showing a ContextMenu or custom content in a Popup, which allows for more compact user interfaces.
The PopupButton control showing a TextBox inside its popup
The RadioButtonList control directly inherits ListBox and changes the template of items to look like radio buttons.
The RadioButtonList control bounds to the Dock enumeration
The Rating control uses glyphs that can be used present an average rating or collect a user rating.
The average rating can be used to illustrate the collective rating of something.
The Rating control showing an average rating
A distinctive and intuitive look can be used to indicate to the end-user if they have entered their own rating.
The Rating control showing a user-specified rating
The ToolBar control renders contained buttons and separator controls similar to a WPF ToolBar.
It includes support for horizontal and vertical orientations, as well as an overflow area when space is restricted.
The ToolBar control with several buttons and separators
Simply add a native Silverlight Button, RepeatButton, ToggleButton, or our own PopupButton or Separator controls, and an appropriate style will automatically be applied.
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