NicePanel from PureComponents is a WinForms container, which looks much like the modern «sidebar panels» (in the Windows XP-promoted style). It is thoroughly designed, pretty looking and smartly-featured container for any other elements. Due to NicePanel?s flexibility and wide range of styles, it can be used with the same success for input forms or for information tips, for dialogs, and so on.
NicePanel consists of a header, footer, and the container itself. It can have several different shapes, border styles, color schemes. The header, footer and container have their own icons (NicePanel even provides clip art with tens of common images); the header also has the collapse button and the context menu. Both the header and the footer can be set to «flash»: a flashing header can attract user attention to the entire panel; a flashing footer is useful for showing some important tips (like the validation result for the entered data).
NicePanel is not a passive container; it provides you with additional features related to the inside controls. For example, there is the simplest way to set a controls caption: just set it in NicePanels settings and it will appear close to the control, properly aligned. There are even further data getting/setting methods: you can easily code the mapping of values between NicePanel-placed controls and a database or some custom object.
And, finally, the good news about NicePanel is that it is completely free and comes with full C# source code!
PureComponents NicePanel for .NET 1.0 NicePanel is container component of active look, which will enrich your applications. NicePanel has header and footer, which widen its usage. PureComponents NicePanel is container
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