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WPF Timeline Control - Part I

, 21 Aug 2011
Overview of the controls to implement an interactive timeline control, specifically designed to let you edit items start and end times. Everything is designed to work with the MVVM pattern allowing you to use binding in your XAML to update your data objects, etc.
CodeProjectTimelineDemo.zip
CodeProjectTimelineDemo
gong-wpf-dragdrop
Examples
SchoolsExample
bin
Debug
GongSolutions.Wpf.DragDrop.dll
SchoolsExample.exe
SchoolsExample.vshost.exe
SchoolsExample.vshost.exe.manifest
Properties
Settings.settings
GongSolutions.Wpf.DragDrop.vsmdi
GongSolutions.Wpf.DragDrop
bin
Release
GongSolutions.Wpf.DragDrop.dll
GongSolutions.Wpf.DragDrop.pdb
GongSolutions.Wpf.DragDrop.csproj.user
Properties
Utilities
TimeLine2.suo
TimeLineTestApp
bin
Debug
GongSolutions.Wpf.DragDrop.dll
TimeLineTestApp.exe
TimeLineTestApp.vshost.exe
TimeLineTestApp.vshost.exe.manifest
TimeLineTool.dll
Properties
Settings.settings
TimeLineTool
bin
Release
GongSolutions.Wpf.DragDrop.dll
GongSolutions.Wpf.DragDrop.pdb
TimeLineTool.dll
TimeLineTool.pdb
Properties

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