[ANN] Data Tree 1.0

Jerry Daniels jerry.daniels at me.com
Sat Dec 5 22:44:10 EST 2009


Steve,

VERY nice.

Best,

Jerry Daniels

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On Dec 5, 2009, at 7:35 PM, Steve Checkley wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Further to my posts every now and then about beta versions, it's  
> with great pleasure that I'm announcing the completion of my first  
> commercial library for RunRev: Data Tree 1.0.
>
> After being a bit frustrated with the lack of a native tree view  
> control in Rev, I thought I'd throw my hat into the ring and write  
> one. Given the potential complexities of such a control, my goal was  
> to create something that was as easy to develop with as possible and  
> delivers platform perfect results.
>
> With Data Tree, you can:
>
> • deploy a tree control that will completely adapt its appearance to  
> match the host operating system (Mac and Windows currently supported)
> • use a set of commands to create nodes, move them about, change  
> their properties and much more
> • work with huge numbers of nodes behind the scenes and display up  
> to 1,200 nodes instantly
> • easily create trees with multiple parent/child levels, without  
> requiring complicated XML
> • apply icons and set other appearance and behaviour properties
> • insert a tree control into the tabbing order of the card
> • receive various mouse and keyboard events
> • add your own properties to nodes, allowing you to store your own  
> data within the node itself
> • for more advanced developers, access the underlying array and  
> build large trees in milliseconds
>
> You can download a trial licence of Data Tree from the Downloads  
> page of my website, http://www.theworcestersource.com . The trial  
> licence is fully functional but will periodically display a nag  
> window.
>
> A nag-free licence that can be used in your own projects can be  
> purchased for £30.
>
> All downloads come with a supporting developer manual. More  
> developer information, to be hosted on my site, is currently being  
> worked on.
>
> I sincerely hope that anybody who tries my library enjoys developing  
> with it.
>
> Best wishes,
>
>
> Steve Checkley
> http://www.theworcestersource.com
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