No. Unfortunately, our UWP controls are not supported for apps built with the ARM or ARM64 architecture.
UWP Controls for Windows 10 Apps
A complete suite of 60+ UI controls for the Universal Windows Platform.
- Modern, touch-first grids, charts, and reports
- Extensive API and deep, built-in customization options
- Supports UWP apps on Windows 10
ComponentOne UWP controls are now included with WinUI & MAUI Edition.Download Free Trial (2023 v3)
UWP UI controls are reusable design elements that help developers implement various features in their desktop applications in less time. ComponentOne provides a complete set of high-performing, flexible UWP controls, including datagrids, charts, input, and more.
Why Choose ComponentOne for Your UWP Applications?
Deliver Touch-Friendly Desktop Apps
Discover FlexGrid, our UWP datagrid, and deliver modern enterprise apps designed for desktops, tablets, and touchscreens.
Build Custom Dashboards
Visualize, aggregate, and summarize large data sets with our full collection of charts, gauges, and sparklines—allowing you to quickly build a custom dashboard.
Fast, Lightweight Windows 10 Reporting
Design modern reports in your Windows 10 apps fast with complete data visualization and code-free report building.
Everything You Need for Editing Data
Use FlexGrid for tabular data editing, design complete input forms, or edit RTF/HTML text with our popular UWP RichTextBox.
Easy-to-Use API and MVVM Support
Our API is designed for any development strategy. Fully declare controls in XAML, following MVVM best practices, or write code completely in C#.
Manageable Distribution With NuGet Packages
Make package management effortless with ComponentOne NuGet packages, found on nuget.org or installed locally.
Popular UWP UI Controls
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UWP Demo Apps
Explore every key feature per control and modify properties on the fly. Includes UWP datagrids, charts, reports, input, calendar, and more.
UWP Dashboard Demo
Experience the power of ComponentOne UWP UI controls with the Sales Dashboard demo. Display sales and profit comparison goals, top products, and customers. Primary controls include FlexChart, LinearGauge, FlexGrid, Map, and FunnelChart.
This demo showcases a variety of FlexReport and FlexViewer features. FlexReport generates reports right on the client—without connecting to a reporting server. You can print or export the generated reports from FlexViewer.
Frequently Asked Questions About UWP
Easy Licensing and Distribution
Manage your licenses through your MESCIUS account.
ComponentOne is licensed per developer. Once you purchase a license, you can build and publish your .NET applications using ComponentOne controls. Licensing is perpetual and royalty-free.
Become an OEM Partner
To create your own commercially licensed SDK or web application builder, choose the Commercial OEM license. Commercial OEM and SaaS licenses are customized per customer.
End-User Licensing Agreement
Our End-User License Agreement (EULA) includes information on ComponentOne's licensing, legal agreement, and the terms and conditions that govern software usage.
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