WPF ContextMenu Overview

Thank you for choosing RadContextMenu!

Have you ever encountered the need of building a very complicated custom menu system, while still keeping it simple for the end user? It’s easy to save space and provide additional commands or features with the RadContextMenu.

RadContextMenu provides the power to boost the existing navigation of your application. Similar to RadMenu, RadContextMenu allows you to combine the ability to display hierarchical views and the advanced styling mechanism, thus letting you build even the most complicated menu systems.

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Key Features

  • Multi-level Menu Items: The control supports displaying hierarchical data. You can build multiple levels of menu items as needed to achieve the navigation you’d like. Read More

  • Hierarchical Data Binding: The control allows you to bind and visualize sets of hierarchical data. You can also populate it by consuming data from XML files, WCF services, RIA services etc. Read More

  • Opening on a Specific Event: You are able to specify the event that should trigger the RadContextMenu opening. You can also specify a key, that should be pressed in combination with the event. Read More

  • Styling and Appearance: RadContextMenu can be fully customized. There are also various pre-defined themes that can be used to style the control. Read More

  • UI Automation Support: Check the UI Automation Support common article.

  • Enhanced Routed Events Framework: The events system of the control will help your code become even more elegant and concise.

Get started with the control with its Getting Started help article that shows how to use it in a basic scenario.

Check out our examples at demos.telerik.com.

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