Lumisoftâ€™s UI Controls 0.11 contains over a dozen basic flat controls for Windows Forms apps. The controls can be configured using the Property tab in VS.NET, but lack advanced WYSIWYG design-time support and databinding. Seems somewhat buggy.
Version: 1.1when using Lumisoftâ€™s UI Controls 0.11, developers can choose from over a dozen basic flat controls and add them to their Windows Forms applications. The library includes the following controls:
Operating System: Windows
With this library, developers can quickly add controls to their applications that would normally involve much more work. For example, developers can take advantage of ButtonEdit, which is the combination of an EditBox and a Button. Other examples of controls this library offers to developers include SpinEdit and OutlookBar controls.
However, the library seems somewhat buggy. For example, the code generated when dragging a control (specifically, the wFrame type) onto a Form will not compile: it inserts obsolete code that contains a typographical error.
The controls can be configured using the Property tab in Visual Studio .NET, but lack the more advanced WYSIWYG design-time support offered by other control libraries. The code of the library is written in C#. The controls lack databinding capabilities.
Some properties donâ€™t seem to have any effect. Limited to one style, unlike other libraries. The toolbar cannot float in applications; namely, it is not dockable.