WebForms Dock Overview
The Telerik Docking controls consist of RadDock, RadDockZone, and RadDockLayout. Together, they can be used to create ASP.NET applications that contain movable content regions that can be dragged around the Web page, docked into docking zones, collapsed into a minimized state and expanded to display their content, pinned in place, and so on.
The Dock is part of Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX, a
professional grade UI library with 120+ components for building modern and feature-rich applications. To try it out sign up for a free 30-day trial.
The Dock is part of Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX, a professional grade UI library with 120+ components for building modern and feature-rich applications. To try it out sign up for a free 30-day trial.
Using these controls, you get
A client-side API that includes the ability to manipulate RadDock controls in the same way the user can move them with the mouse and numerous client-side events to respond to user actions.
The ability to customize the drag-and-drop behavior of individual RadDock controls,including specifying the DockHandle that the user clicks on to start a drag operation and controlling where the user can drop a control.
Support for adding Commands to the RadDock title bar and implementing their behavior in a variety of events.
Numerous ways to supply content to the RadDock controls.
Many options for controlling appearance, including
Built-in skins to quickly change the look and feel.
The ability to create your own custom skins.
Support for title bar templates to customize the title bar of a control.
The ability to assign CSS classes to control the appearance of custom commands or to highlight docking zones when they can accept a control for docking.
Options for configuring the way docking zones lay out their docked controls.
The ability to specify tooltips for the commands in the title bar.
Server-side events that let you save the layout of docked controls in a database or other permanent storage medium and load it at a later time, respond to commands, and respond when the user changes the layout of docked controls.
Support for dynamically creating RadDock controls that contain custom controls, so that you can build personalized portal pages.
Support for many major browsers, including Internet Explorer 5.5 and above, Netscape 7.1 and above (all operating systems), Mozilla 1.0 and above (all operating systems),and Firefox 1.0 and above (all operating systems.