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A Simple, XAML-only TreeGrid UI for WPF

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0 comments   /   posted by Silverlight Show on Sep 25, 2009
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Tags: TreeGrid , XAML , WPF
David Anson has published his SimpleTreeGridUX sample and the complete source code for it.

Sometimes you've got data that's basically tabular in nature, yet also has a hierarchical aspect, and you'd like to leverage that to give people control over the level of detail they're seeing. Most commonly, you'll see a TreeGrid used when the tabular data can be nicely summarized (or "rolled up") into hierarchical groupings. For example, a list of people's name and address would not make a good TreeGrid, because there's no natural grouping that makes sense (you can't combine addresses). However, a list of people's company and salary might make a good TreeGrid because it's natural to group by job and the aggregated salary information could be informative (either as an average or as a sum).



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