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WebDesktopManager employs an object-based approach to give you granular control
over every visual aspect of its elements. Offering a rich set of properties to control
shortcut, icons, taskbar, and window elements, it enables you to create the precise
appearance your desktop requires with a minimum of effort. No CSS coding is required
to control dynamic elements behaviors.
WebDesktopManager includes the ability to programmatically force a WebDesktopWindow
into Busy mode. When in Busy mode, the window displays an hourglass cursor and will
not accept user input. Busy mode provides a handy way to lock a window while performing
Window placement and resizing offers shadowing mode, which leaves the actual window
in place until the operation is complete—moving only a “shadow” of the actual window.
Unlike the default Physical Interactivity mode, Shadow Interactivity mode is significantly
faster, enabling a smoother window action when moving or resizing.
WebDesktopManager offers two content modes: the default UseInlineContent mode uses
the content defined in the template within the page itself, while UseiFrame mode
uses an iFrame as the content source. When using an iFrame, you can easily select
the web form assigned to each window from within the Visual Studio 2005/2008 IDE.
In addition to WebDesktopManager’s breakthrough server-side technologies, this powerful
feature enables you to create and extend objects programmatically on the client
side for unrivaled power and flexibility.
Client-side events offer a great level of extensibility, enabling you to integrate
your own logic in response to specific actions. WebDesktopManager offers 17 client-side
events, from context menu, control initialize, shortcut select and create to window
events such as create, move, destroy, and resize.
Adding a new event doesn’t get any easier: select a range of cells, release the
mouse button, and enter the event details. Setting a single property in WebScheduler
enables this powerful feature. Take it for a test drive now – explore the interactive
demo and see for yourself how easy scheduling can be.
DesktopManager’s advanced architecture brings unmatched performance to window movement,
resizing, and animation effects. Easily configure animation by specifying options
in the EnableAnimation property.
All components in WebDesktop fully support Master Pages in ASP.NET 2.0. Use WebDesktopManager
components in either single or nested Master Pages.
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