C/C++ User Interface Controls
Software developers can enhance the user interface of their applications with products like grid controls, toolbars and trees. These are typically user interface elements that have been added to popular applications such as MS Outlook or Visual Studio or elements from the latest operating system versions such as Windows XP.
C/C++ Button Controls allow you to create push buttons for your applications to replace the Windows button control to create visually enhanced buttons with a variety of different styles, shapes and capabilities.
Calendar controls for C++ enable users to enter dates and times easily with drop down calendars, clocks, day, month, week, year views and date selectors. These controls are ideal for all calendaring and scheduling applications.
Color picker controls enable you to easily add a color selection dialog to your windows application. Interface styles include Color wheel, hexagon, listbox and slider controls to help your users choose colors easily and accurately. Many of these components also offer conversions between formats such as RGB, HSL and CMYK.
Data input controls help you to control the data input process and validate the resultant data. Use these controls to build robust data entry applications and database front ends. Styles range from edit masks to rule based validation. The data input control page lists all data input controls and components for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi.
Docking controls for C++ enable you to add dockable windows such as those found in Visual Studio to your applications. Docking panels, panes or windows can have properties such as tear-off tabs, MDI tabbs, autohide and pinning.
Our list of Explorer bar controls enable your application to deliver Windows XP-style task panes in order to provide end users with logically grouped options. The ExplorerBar page lists all ExplorerBar Controls and Components for .Net, Java, ActiveX and Delhpi.
A range of Datagrid Grid Controls and Grid Components for software developers. Grid controls facilitate tabular two dimensional data layout similar to a speadsheets or a database tables with rows and columns. Features include customizable layout, heirarchical data organisation, row and column grouping, data binding, data caching, sorting, subtotaling, parent/child one-to-many relationships. Also specific look and feel emulation such as Outlook, Access and Excel.
Enable users of your applications to perform HTML edits within your application. The HTML editor page lists HTML editing controls for C++ developers.
An image gallery facilitates the display of several pictures. This might be a static display or an animated control that the user can control. Animated Image Galleries are useful where space is limited. Some galleries offer a preview facility in which image thumbnails are displayed prior to the image being selected.
Create a user interface which emulates real hardware with controls like switches, dials and knobs. The Instrumentation control page contains all Instrumentation libraries, components and controls for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi.
Following is a summary of off-the-shelf list boxes and combo boxes for C++ programmers. List control and combo box controls extend native list controls with capabilites like multi column data, large data set support and auto completion of text.
Add side menus, top menu bars, drop down, fly-out and cascading menus and many other types of menues with our range of menu components. Add graphics and style menus like your favorite applications such as Windows XP and Office 2003. The menu control page contains all menu libraries, components and controls for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi.
Also called side bars, button bars, or Outlook Bars, these controls allow you to display a selection of buttons collectedinto user selectable groups. Our Navigation bar page includes Nav Bar control for all platforms, .Net, ASP.Net, DHTML, Java, Delphi & ActiveX
Enable your applications to display Messenger-style popup windows to notify users of an event or request attention.
Property lists are a hybrid grid/list user interface paradigm similar to those used to edit the properties of controls in MS Visual Studio. They enable the application to display and edit a collection of name/value pairs with a variety of data types.
Use a resize control to make your applications resolution independant. Manage the size and position of child controls on a form when a user changes the size of the parent window. The resizing component page contains all resizer controls for .Net, ActiveX, Java and Delphi.
Provide users with an editre that recognizes syntax such as C, Java or XML. Highlight code elements and structure content according to language rules.
Our Tab Controls and Tab Components allow developers to go beyond native tab capabilities with more styling options and extended capabilities. The Tabstrip paradigm enables you to switch contexts and group the data on your forms for a better user interface.
Use toolbars to emulate the various types of control strips found in MS Outlook, MS Office and MS Visual Studio. They can usually contain a variety of other controls such as buttons, drop down lists and menus. Some offer docking capabilities. The toolbar page lists all toolbars (controls, components, libraries & classes) for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi.
Here's a list of all Tool tip Controls that display text information in a small popup window when a user points to an object on the screen. The The tooltip page lists all tooltip controls and components for .net, ActiveX, Java, Delphi
Manage, display and navigate heirachical data with a tree or treeview component. The tree control page contains all treeview controls for.net, ASP.Net, active X, Delphi and Java
Here is a summary of the available user interface suites for C++ developers. These suites provide a collection of user interface classes such as popups, docking panels, task bars and data entry controls to give your C-based application enhanced features and a consistent user interface.
The miscellaneous user interface (UI) control page contains all GUI libraries, components and controls for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi which do not have their own classification .
Affect the shape, color, caption or other properties windows using a window component.
Provide a WYSIWYG text editor in your app, which includes formating of fonts, paragraphs and tables along with all the other functions that you would expect of a word processor.