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Exontrol is devoted to create innovative user interface components for Windows applications, on /COM, /NET or /WPF platforms, since 1999. "eXontrol" comes from e(s)pecial (c)ontrol, where sc makes the X. Software development never stops. Neither do we. Our components are and will continue to be cutting edge development tools that adapt to the needs of our customers and to the changing software development environment. On this site you find components/tools/products/samples that are used in programming languages such as JavaScript, VB, VB.NET, VBA, C++, C#, X++, VFP, Access, Excel, Word, HTML, Delphi, Smalltalk, uniPaas (eDeveloper), Clarion, Dynamics AX, Dynamics NAV, xBasic, Visual Objects, Visual Dataflex, PowerBuilder, LabVIEW, Xbase++, AutoIt, Power++, FORTH, OpenEdge and so on...

The following movie shows the first-look of the newly ExICalendar/JS control

The eXICalendar/JS library implements the ICalendar data format, according with Internet Calendaring and Scheduling Core Object Specification, RFC 5545, especially the RRULE property, which defines a rule or repeating pattern for recurring events, to-dos, journal entries, or time zone definitions. The recurrence rule, is used in computing the recurrence set. The recurrence set is the complete set of recurrence instances for a calendar component. The recurrence set is generated by considering the initial "DTSTART" property. The eXICalendar/JS is a HTML standalone-component, written in JavaScript, that uses no third-party libraries. You can check the new control here.

The following movie shows the first-look of the newly ExSchedule/JS control

The ExSchedule/JS library is our approach to provide scheduling of appointments into your web application. The ExSchedule/JS is a visual HTML5 component that shows a timeline view for multiple activities (event calendar). The time is displayed on the vertical (Y) axis and the activities are automatically arranged over a single or multiple dates. The ExSchedule/JS is a HTML standalone-component, written in JavaScript, that uses no third-party libraries. You can check the new control here.

The following movie shows the combobox's multiple-selection feature

The following movie shows the combobox's multiple-selection feature, which helps the user to select none, one or multiple-values from a drop-down multiple columns list or tree. The user can select multiple-items using CTRL or/and SHIFT key while clicking an item. The number of selected-items can be displayed in the control's label using different font attributes. The multiple-selection feature will be available for eXComboBox components (/COM, /NET or /WPF version).

The following movie shows how you can insert, code and use the exg2antt and exschedule control, within the PowerBuider IDE

The following movie shows how you can insert, code and use the exg2antt and exschedule control, within the PowerBuider IDE. The idea is the same for any other /com exontrols. If you run PowerBuilder IDE on a Windows 64 machine, you need to install the x64 version of the control, else the x86 (32-bit) version of the component. If you need more help on how you can start using any exontrols on your PowerBuilder application, please make sure you have checked the Get Started page.

The following movie shows the first look of ExHelper/JS tool:

The ExHelper/JS tool helps you to find quick and easy the answers and source code for your questions about using our JavaScript components. The ExHelper/JS tool provides questions, answers and JavaScript source code for the following /JS components: eXBezier, eXCalendar, eXGantt, eXGauge, eXMenu, eXOrgChart, eXPivot, eXRadialMenu, eXScrollBar, eXSurface, eXSwimlane and eXTree. The ExHelper/JS tool is written in pure JavaScript and requires no third party libraries.
Jun27
ExSwimLane, 19.0.0.2
*Added: PositionToPoint(x,y) method converts the surface position to screen coordinates
*Added: PointToPosition(x,y) method converts the screen coordinates to surface position
*Fixed: The lines of the link between objects/elements are not shown contiguously if the link's width is greater than 4
ExRibbon, 18.0.0.1
*NEW: Z-Events support (Standard .NET event patterns)
*Added: Every event of the control (/NET assembly) provides a Z-Event alternative, of "void OnEventRaised(object sender, EventArgs args)" type. The .NET convention is for an event (Z-event) signature to have a void return and 2 parameters. The first parameter is of type System.Object and is the sender of the event. The second parameter must be of type System.EventArgs or derived from System.EventArgs and contains data passed between sender and receiver. For instance, the "DblClick(object sender, short Shift, int X, int Y)" event is equivalent to "ZDblClick(object sender, ZDblClickArgs e)", where "ZDblClickArgs" type is derived from System.EventArgs and includes definitions for Shift, X and Y properties
*Fixed: "Warning: The <event-name> event is a .NET event that does not follow the .NET convention for event signatures (OpenEdge, ABL code)". To prevent this warning, under OpenEdge environment you must use the Z-event alternatives
Jun22
ExPlorerTree, 20.0.0.2
*Added: PowerBuilder 21.0 sample
*Added: GridLinesStyleEnum.exGridlinesGeometric flag. The control's gridlines are drawn using a geometric pen. A geometric pen can have any width and can have any of the attributes of a brush, such as dithers and patterns (a cosmetic pen can only be a single pixel wide and must be a solid color, but cosmetic pen are generally faster than geometric pens.
*Fixed: On some machines, the format keyword (within expression properties) provides more than 2 decimals for French(Canada) regional settings (for instance "12.3456 format ``" displays 12.3456 instead of 12.35)
ExRecord, 15.0.0.1
*NEW: Z-Events support (Standard .NET event patterns)
*Added: Every event of the control (/NET assembly) provides a Z-Event alternative, of "void OnEventRaised(object sender, EventArgs args)" type. The .NET convention is for an event (Z-event) signature to have a void return and 2 parameters. The first parameter is of type System.Object and is the sender of the event. The second parameter must be of type System.EventArgs or derived from System.EventArgs and contains data passed between sender and receiver. For instance, the "DblClick(object sender, short Shift, int X, int Y)" event is equivalent to "ZDblClick(object sender, ZDblClickArgs e)", where "ZDblClickArgs" type is derived from System.EventArgs and includes definitions for Shift, X and Y properties
*Fixed: "Warning: The <event-name> event is a .NET event that does not follow the .NET convention for event signatures (OpenEdge, ABL code)". To prevent this warning, under OpenEdge environment you must use the Z-event alternatives
Jun20
ExPlorerBar, 18.0.0.1
*Added: TemplateDef/TemplatePut property allows defining inside variables for the Template feature ( available for /COM only, and useful to assign properties with multiple parameters, which is not supported in dBASE )
*Fixed: The Background (exToolTipForeColor) property does not apply to the tooltip's title
*Fixed: A GPF may occur on closing the form/window/dialog if one or more events are handled by AttachTemplate method

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