Video: The NETRONIC WPF Framework – concept and Gantt example
|26. March 2012||Posted by Martin Karlowitsch under WPF Gantt|
At CeBIT, we saw a significant interest in our recent WPF and Silverlight developments that will be released in Q3 this year. Hence we decided to share the demos we gave there with a broader audience and started to prepare a series of video snippets to visualize certain aspects of the new products. This is the first of these videos and takes a closer look into the basic idea of the NETRONIC WPF framework, and provides also a first glance of the WPF Gantt chart functionality that can get achieved with using the framework.
Just a quick reminder of what the NETRONIC WPF framework is all about: The general WPF framework brings enormous graphical horse power especially when combined with the MVVM development pattern. On the other hand, the standard WPF framework lacks certain features and functions that are crucial for interactive, time-centric applications. Hence, we started to build our own – NETRONIC – WPF framework as kind of toolbox to rapidly create interactive graphical planning applications and controls within WPF, with which we make full use of the standard WPF horse power and also apply the MVVM principle. We used this new toolbox to start developing two different time-centric graphical WPF components, which we demonstrated as prototypes at CeBIT. Thanks to the power and flexibility of the NETRONIC WPF framework, this is be a WPF Gantt component and a WFP milestone trend analysis (MTA) component.
Please now have a first look at the concept of the NETRONIC WPF framework, and at the WPF Gantt chart example.
Interested in NETRONIC WPF framework? We would love hearing from you!