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RadButtons for WPF is a set of customizable buttons allowing you to build complex forms and to easily manage the user input. You can style the control consistently with the other controls from UI for WPF and get advantage of the Command support that RadButtons provide.
This is a list with short descriptions of the top-of-the-line features of Telerik's RadButtons.
DropDown Button: Provides menu-like interface model within a button. It can be very handy for creating more simplistic UI where extensive menus and/or ComboBoxes are not needed. Any kind of content can be placed in the pop-up area displayed upon the activation of the button. Read more about this in the DropDown Button article.
Split Button: Extends the DropDown Button's functionality with an action area like in a standard button. The button implements the IsChecked state, too. Read more about this in the Split Button article.
Toggle Button: Mimics the functionality of a check box, but has more flexibility in its design. It offers state management based on the check state of the control. Read more about this in the Toggle Button article.
Toggle Switch Button: Mimics the functionality of a Toggle button, but has more flexibility in its design. You can specify two states Check/Uncheck, On/Off. Every state can be customized with different content. Read more about this in the Toggle Switch Button article.
Radio Button: Mimics the functionality of the radio button, but has more flexibility in its design. Read more about this in the Radio Button article.
Path Button: Derives from RadButton, but provides the ability to set a Path alongside its content. Read more about this in the Path Button article.
Hyperlink Button: Extends RadButton with hyperlink capabilities. More information can be found in the Hyperlink Button article.
Command Support: Full implementation of the Command pattern is available by using RadButtons. You can build complex UIs and keep your code simple by using Commands. Read more about this in the Commands article.
Get started with the control with its Getting Started help article that shows how to use it in a basic scenario.
Check out the control demos at demos.telerik.com