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Also what is the purpose of the Grid panels?
Got it, we'll have it in RTM.
You could try using the UXProgresBar in indeterminate mode for a busy indicator.
The UXGridPanel will allow you to display items in a grid layout uniformly. It also support interactivity for our silverlight control behavior such as drag drop, move, or reorder which could be accessed under the interactivity category in the property.
Several of ClientUI's components already have built-in busy state management. For instance, you can easily bind UXPage.IsBusy to your view model. Read more from our blog post here. This enables the entire page to be blocked instead of manually displaying certain busy indicator. Our goal is to streamline the SL development with better pattern that works reliably and consistently.
However, if you have certain cases where busy indicator is required, could you please elaborate more on your scenarios?
We'll consider to include a busy indicator in RTM if it's useful.
Well imagine I want to create a user control that operates loading data async I want to be able to easily add a busy indicator
Thanks for your feedback.
A quick question, do you commonly display a busy indicator over the existing screen (i.e, imagine classic ajax-indicator in center screen), or the busy indicator can replace an inline UI element? In the latter case, the common scenario is to hide a certain elements when busy, and show them back when idle.
Let us know your so that we can design it to cover most scenarios. Again, thank you for your feedback.
I would like to have option for inline, as we do it ajax style in WPF/Silverlight. Ideally I would like to use it as a root element of a UserControl
Thanks that will be great
Did you manage to include this component at RTM build.
If so how can I use it.
Good question. Unfortunately, we didn't manage to ship a busy indicator due to already massive tools we shipped in this release.
We'll include it in the 'RTM Refresh' build scheduled on mid September.
Again, thank you for your patience and continuous support. I hope the RTM bits worked well for you.
Not a problem, you have given me my dream come true with such an excelent list of UI components.
I also have to comment on your quick responce to my questions -sometimes stupid ones as well-.
I final question: are you going to ship themes or assets to easily customize looks of your controls (like Max OS X or Office 2010)
Themes and styles are something we're gearing toward in R2. And yes, Office 2010 and Mac OS are already in our list.
Feel free to ask any questions you have in mind.
PS: We'd love to see your dream projects realized with ClientUI, it'll be great if you can share the results with us when they become available.
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