Control List: In Alphabetical Order
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This list contains all DevExpress controls and components for the WPF platform. Items in this list are sorted in A-Z alphabetical order. You can also refer to this list where all controls and components appear in the same order as in the Visual Studio toolbox.
Represents the Accordion Control.
Represents the bar in the Windows 8 style.
A combo box editor used to select an appointment label.
A combo box editor used to select a single resource.
A combo box used to select multiple resources.
A combo box editor used to select an appointment status.
An editor that displays a drop-down list of suggestions as a user types in the text box.
The MS Office style full-screen menu.
Allows you to display various barcodes.
A container for bar containers that manages operations on bars and popup menus.
Represents a book control.
A breadcrumb control.
A text editor with embedded buttons.
Represents a calculator.
Represents a control that displays a video stream captured from a video input device.
Represents an ItemsControl allowing you to easily represent any data using a Carousel.
Represents a navigator control allowing end-users to scroll through carousel items.
Represents the Carousel control.
The chart control for WPF applications.
A check box editor.
A Circular Gauge control shipped with the DXGauges Suite.
Represents a color editor.
A combobox editor.
A data-bound version of the LayoutControl.
A layout item within a DataLayoutControl.
A date editor with a dropdown calendar.
A date navigator control.
Shows a date-time data within a range control’s viewport.
Provides a canvas where you or your end-users can display, create and edit various diagrams.
The Diagram Designer control.
A digital gauge control shipped with the DXGauge Suite.
Represents a control container that arranges its child items, docking them to its edges or making them occupy the remaining area of the container.
A control that you can use to publish (preview, print, and export) documents in WPF applications.
Represents a dropdown button control.
A combo box editor used to specify time intervals (durations).
Represents the DXTabControl.
A Flip View.
Represents a container that arranges child controls into rows or columns, and alows the flow of the controls to be wrapped (automatically at the container’s edge or manually at any child control).
Represents a flyout control.
A font editor.
A control that displays an image gallery and is capable of categorizing items into groups.
The Gantt control.
The Data Grid control.
Represents a control container with a GroupBox-style title, capable of displaying a single child.
Represents a collapsible navigation menu that displays a stack of navigation buttons. Supports regular buttons, sub-menus, hyperlinks, check and radio buttons.
Represents an image editor.
Represents a control container that arranges its items in a single column or row, and allows you to create compound layouts of controls, with the ability to combine the controls into groups and align the controls according to their labels.
A container for items and groups.
Represents a control that consists of a label and content regions. The LayoutItem cannot be used outside a LayoutControl.
A Linear Gauge control shipped with the DXGauges Suite.
A list box (checked list box, radio list box).
Represents a lookup editor.
A standalone control, which provides a straightforward and simplified way to create a main menu.
A Map Control to display raster and vector maps. Supports both popular map services (Bing Maps and OpenStreetMap) and custom map data servers inside your corporate network.
Represents an editor that displays a multi-line edit box in its popup.
A control that enables you to implement a sidebar menu or switching between application modules. Supports three layouts: Navigation Pane, Explorer Bar View and Side Bar View.
A container within a WindowsUI application which provides the capability to navigate through application screens.
Shows a numeric data within the range control’s viewport.
An Outlook-inspired navigation bar, supporting integration with the NavBarControl.
A control that, when navigated to, displays a header and reveals a back button.
A Page View within a WindowsUI application.
A control allowing you to enter and manage passwords.
A control to display PDF files in a WPF application without the need to install any third-party software on end user machines.
An Excel-style Field List.
A simple-style Field List.
The PivotGrid control.
Represents a calculator displayed within a dropdown window.
Represents a color editor displayed within a drop-down window.
An editor that displays an image within a dropdown window.
A progress bar.
The property grid control.
Represents a range control.
Represents a rating editor.
A control used to create an End-User Report Designer under the WPF platform.
The Ribbon Control.
A Ribbon UI status bar.
Represents a RichEdit control which is a container for the rich-text document providing all the necessary functionality.
Displays a multilevel Sankey diagram.
The main control of the Scheduler suite which displays and manages appointments.
Represents a container that supports absolute positioning of child controls and enables scrolling.
A search control.
Serves as a base for classes that represent button controls.
A Slide View container within a WindowsUI application.
A sparkline visualizes data in a highly condensed way, allowing end-users to quickly understand and compare values from different sources.
An editor with spin buttons used to adjust a numerical value.
Allows you to display splash screens.
A split button control.
Emulates the Microsoft® Excel® look and feel and allows you to create, load, edit, save and print spreadsheet documents.
A control that displays the cell address and the contents of the current cell. Use it to enter or edit formulas and cell data.
A state indicator control shipped with the DXGauges Suite.
A standalone control, which provides a straightforward and simplified way to create a status bar.
Displays an interactive Sunburst chart.
A text editor.
A tile in a TileLayoutControl.
A bar with tiles that support the dropdown functionality.
The Tile Layout Control.
A hierarchical tile menu, providing navigation in a touch-friendly manner.
Represents a TimePicker control.
A combo box editor used to select a time zone.
A standalone control, which provides a straightforward and simplified way to create a bar.
A track bar.
The TreeList control.
A TreeMap Control to display flat and hierarchical data.
The TreeView control.
A stack panel where items (with the HorizontalAlignment set to Stretch) have the same width, matching the width of the item with the largest content.
A control for creating multi-page dialogs that guide end-users through a specific process (e.g., product installation).