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The AccordionControl is an advanced navigation control that allows you to create hierarchical user interfaces that are compact and easy to navigate.
Its features include:
An unlimited number of hierarchy levels
Accordion items can contain any number of subitems.
Multiple selection modes
You can specify which items an end-user can select.
Data binding support
You can define accordion items in a View model.
Multiple expanding modes
You can specify how many items can be expanded at the same time.
Optional animations ensure a smooth user experience.
You can easily assign icons to accordion items.
Custom item content
Accordion items can store any content, including editors and images.
Integrated search field
End-users can quickly search for accordion items and item contents.
End-users can navigate accordion items using the keyboard.
Topics in this section help you get started with the AccordionControl.
Provides step-by-step instructions on how to create a simple application with the AccordionControl.
Describes the basic concept behind the AccordionControl.
Describes the AccordionControl's data binding capabilities.
Describes how to expand and collapse Accordion Items.
Describes the item filtering capabilities.
Describes how to select Accordion Items.
Describes the navigation pane view mode and integration with the OfficeNavigationBar.
Describes the compact display mode.
Lists the AccordionControl's visible UI elements. Each topic contains a description of the element's purpose and a list of settings that affect its appearance.
Provides a list of examples contained in this help.