venerdì 15 giugno 2012 10:29
I'm trying to find out if there's any sort of control available which would allow a spreadsheet-like grid to be built into a Metro-style app. It doesn't need to have actual spreadsheet functionality, it would just need to be a dumb grid with the ability to set an arbitrary number of rows and columns, with cell data (strings)provided programmatically.
I know there are probably issues with manipulating such a grid via touch (cell selection, cut and paste, scrolling etc), and a large spreadsheet may lead to too much of the dreaded "chrome", but surely there must be a need for such a thing if used properly. I assume Microsoft will have such a feature in the Metro version of Excel.
If such a control (with XAML source) existed for Silverlight or WPF, would it be possible to port it to Metro?
I'd be very interested to hear any thoughts whatsover on these issues.
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martedì 19 giugno 2012 17:46Moderatore
There isn't a direct spreadsheet control. There is a Grid control which allows other controls to be laid out in rows and columns, which may be what you're looking for as a "dumb grid". Depending on your specific use, you may be better off using a ListView or GridView and putting your row data in a well-templated item element.
- Contrassegnato come risposta RobertHF martedì 19 giugno 2012 20:52