WinForms & ASP.NET: DevExpress Touch Support video

DXv2 has changed, it's now known as Universal and DXperience. Learn more here.

Check out the "Take a tour of DXv2: Touch" webinar video:

Watch this video to see the full story of DXv2 Touch features

Touch For All 4 .NET Platforms

DXv2 provides you touch enabled features for all 4 .NET platforms!

ASP.NET Touch

ASP.NET applications powered by DevExpress Controls are now touch enabled for both iOS and Android - from scrolling and resizing to the dragging of web controls.

WinForms & WPF Touch

Applications powered by DevExpress WinForms or WPF Controls are now touch enabled - from the dragging of UI elements to horizontal and vertical scrolling. Single and multi-touch features. Watch the webinar video to learn more and see it in action.

Silverlight Touch

As unbelievable as it might sound, DevExpress has taken key steps to enable touch support on the Silverlight platform. Yes, that means your end-users can use touch to interact with our Silverlight Tile Control and Silverlight Grid. Though only the first step, the touch is on its way for Silverlight and browser hosted apps.

WinForms Tile

New XtraTiles Suite - The new WinForms Tile Control allows you to re-imagine the way in which an application interacts with end-users and build dashboards that are ultra-efficient and fully customizable.

Tile Control for WPF and Silverlight

New Tile Layout in DXLayoutControl - The DevExpress Layout Control has been extended with a new TileLayout option, allowing you to replicate the look, feel and behavior of Windows® 8 and thus target next generation devices with ease. Whether using WPF or Silverlight, the Tile Layout Control allows you to re-imagine the way in which an application interacts with end-users and build dashboards that are ultra-efficient and fully customizable.

Watch the webinar video, then drop me a line below with your thoughts.

1 comment(s)
Nate Laff

Ahhh... well now I get why moving tiles looks better in WPF than in WinForms... part of Docking.

7 December, 2011

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