Xceed SmartUI for .NET provides visual controls for easily creating user-friendly, state-of-the-art WinForms apps. Supports themed WinXP, Office XP and Office 2003 styles. Ten controls such as menubars, toolbars, treeviews and task panes.
Version: 3.3Xceed SmartUI for .NET provides the visual controls you need to create user-friendly, state-of-the-art Windows Forms applications quickly and easily. It supports real themed or simulated Windows XP, Office XP, Office 2003 and classic Windows styles.
License: Free To Try $349.95
Operating System: Windows
Xceed SmartUI for .NET offers an incredible amount of flexibility over the look and feel of its controls. Through the use of a rock-solid and lightweight core control, user interfaces built with it end up very fast, glitch-free and use minimal resources.
Configuring the controls can be done entirely through the real-time WYSIWYG designer, which even lets you and add items to your controls so you can see what they will look like without having to compile and run your project.
These and many other unique and "developer-friendly" features make Xceed SmartUI for .NET the absolute essential tool for .NET Windows Forms user interface development.
The latest version of Xceed SmartUI for .NET features support for Microsoft Active Accessibility 2.0, which results in Section 508 compliance. This means that SmartUI controls act as Active Accessibility servers, exposing information such as the name, the type, the location and the current state of SmartItems. Also provided is navigation, both spatial (up, down, left, right) and logical (next, previous, parent, first child, last child) of the appropriate elements.
Xceed SmartUI for .NET's centralized architecture keeps its runtime footprint very small and makes your application very easy to deploy. All you need to deploy are two compact DLLs that are less than 500K in total.
Xceed SmartUI for .NET's real-time WYSIWIG designer gives you instant visual feedback. You can completely configure your controls and see how they look without the traditional lengthy compile+run phase.
Version 3.3: Section 508 compliance through support for Microsoft Active Accessibility 2.0. This means that SmartUI controls act as Active Accessibility servers, exposing information such as the name, the type, the location and the current state of SmartItems. Also provided is spatial and logical navigation.