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Check it out, the team just released a new version of the Visual Basic Power Packs which now includes a Data Repeater control. Power Packs are free Add-Ins, Controls, Components, and Tools for you to use that make developing .NET applications even easier.
From the Power Packs Team:
Today we are announcing the release of the third version of the Microsoft Visual Basic Power Packs!
This version includes a new Data Repeater control that enables you to use standard Windows Forms controls to display rows of your data in a scrollable container, giving you more flexibility and customization than standard grid controls.
Here’s a quick example of how you can use the Data Repeater control to create a very custom looking Windows Form to display your data. This example is using two Data Repeater controls, one with the default vertical layout display data for today’s forecast and another one using the horizontal layout to display the five day forecast.
Also included in this version of the Visual Basic Power Packs are updated versions of the previously released Visual Basic Power Packs, Line and Shape controls, the PrintForm Component and the Printer Compatibility Library.
You can download the new Visual Basic Power Packs here.
ThanksThe Visual Basic Power Packs Team
You can also check out the Channel 9 screen-cast that I recorded with John Hart from the QA team which demonstrates how to use this new control.
Enjoy,-Beth Massi, Visual Studio Community
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Microsoft Visual Basic Power Packs 3.0ってリリースされてましたね。
This is an awesome tool. It's only sad that this kind of tool has been missing from the base class library for so long. Rather, ASP.NET supports it but WinForms has really been lagging behind in terms of rich expressiveness - great save!
What ever happend to the old VB PowerPack Paul announced here:
Is there any reason the new PowerPack supports none of these controls? How does Microsoft decide whether to implement a rich UI control or whether doing so would unfairly preempt 3rd party custom control vendors?
Hi Friends, Really Vb Power PAck Repeater control is really a good one, But i want some help regarding how to use this one, i am really confused,please post some sample code on how to use this control
VB チームは、 Data Repeater コントロールを含む、新しいバージョンの Visual Basic Power Packs ( 英語 ) をリリースしました。 Power Packs は、
Great tool!... I just have a question, how do I get rid of the separator line or change its style?
I have tried to drag a datarepeater onto a window form.... but nothing happens? What am I doing wrong?
Are you using Visual Studio 2005 or 2008? Did you have service pack installed?