RadTileList brings the popular Windows 8 Start Menu interface to the web and lets you build a user friendly navigationfor your site. Take advantage of the predefined tile types and shapes to build an engaging menu for your users.
Since Q3 2013 the Tiles can be used as standalone controls with their own events, methods and properties.
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The TileList 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 control offers a rich set of features:
Various Tile types
Text tile—for simple text
Image tile—for a simple image
Image And Text tile—An image and text below
Icon tile—a smaller image is placed in the middle of the tile
ContentTemplate tile—lets you create your own layout inside the tile
Live tile—performs periodic requests for data that it will feed into your template
Two tile shapes
Title—an image or text in the tile's bottom corner that indicates the purpose of the tile
Badge—a smaller image or a numerical value in the other bottom corner. A predefined set of images that match our skins is also available
Data binding—the control can generate Tiles according to information from a datasource.
Client-side Data binding—the control can generate Tiles according to informationfrom a simple client-side datasource or using the RadClientDataSource control.
Responsive layout—the layout of the tiles and groups can change automatically according to the browser's viewport size to provide the best fit.
Peek templates—customizable content that will replace the original tile contentaccording to a set of rules—automatic timers, mouseover and mouseout; as well as a rich set of animations.
Drag and drop—tiles can be dragged to a different location so the end user can customize the appearance of the TileList.
Rich API and events—both on the server and on the client
Easy navigation—just set an URL and target to take the user to the desired page
Native scrolling—you can let the browser scroll the control, disable scrolling, or let evendesktop users benefit from click-and-drag scrolling like in a touch device.
Customizable selection—the users can select tiles like in Windows8 so you can get this information.You can let them select as many as they like, only one, or disable the feature.
Semantic rendering—as lightweight as possible, no tables are used and the title elements are
Here is an example of what you can achieve with the control: