This version includes:
- improved, extended support for sorting in designated IParent panels such as Grid, DockPanel, DataGrid, ListBox, WrapPanel, and StackPanel.
- new .SetToCol<K, T> and .SetToRow<K, T> to apply a setting across an entire Column or Row within a Composite
- new SetSelectorClassToCol and SetSelectorClassToRow to apply a single class (class1, no support for class2 or class3) across an entire Column or Row within a Composite
- improvements to the MenuBuilder (File Menu example) in the Demo App. I added constants to allow easier management of settings across multiple menu items.
- new master-detail example in the Demo App
- new Form example with ContentControl3D showing a Form that has a back-side and a front-side allowing you to fill out fields on both sides, flipping over as needed.
If you get a chance, please provide me feedback through the People tab on Codeplex. I am interested in hearing what others believe might be of next highest priority in terms of the To-Do List? What new features would WPF Composites need to be ready to use in a Production LOB application? I've done my best to cover a broad range of scenarios but I am only one humble developer and likely may miss things . . .
Note that there is still a memory issue in the Demo App with TabItem5, the one with the WindowsFormHost with the Chart Control. Not sure what is keeping TabItem5 alive after the tab has been closed. It may be the WindowsFormHost or the Obsvervable.Timer? I still haven't had the chance to take a look at this . . . just FYI.