Over 100 Essential WPF UI Controls for Your Desktop Applications
Deliver beautiful desktop applications fast with advanced datagrids, charts, and more for WPF.
- Display up to a billion rows with smooth scrolling using FlexGrid
- Scheduler controls for managing project tasks, user appointments, and events
- 2D and 3D charts with 100+ data visualization options
- Unique navigation and layout controls to complete your UI
- Support for .NET Framework, .NET 6 and .NET 8
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Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) UI controls are reusable design elements that help developers implement a wide variety of features in their desktop applications in less time. ComponentOne provides a complete set of high-performing, flexible WPF controls including datagrids, charts, reports, input, and more.
Why Choose ComponentOne for Your WPF Applications?
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#.
Deliver Modern Looking Desktop Apps in Less Time
The WPF controls support a modern, fluent style complete with touch support and simple styling—without needing to customize templates.
Rapid Development With Visual Studio Integration
Quickly get started with project templates, drag-and-drop controls from the toolbox, and write less code with Visual Studio 2022 Suggested Actions.
Get Started Quickly 200+ C# Samples
Implement every feature hands-on with access to hundreds of code samples on GitHub or installed locally.
Manageable Distribution With NuGet Packages
Package management is effortless with ComponentOne NuGet packages on nuget.org or installed locally.
Scale Apps With Cross-Platform Controls
Develop powerful desktop apps in WPF and take your apps to the web or mobile with straightforward code reuse in Blazor and Xamarin.
Popular WPF UI Controls
Explore All WPF Controls
The following controls support .NET 6, .NET 8 and .NET Framework 4.5.2+.
.NET Framework-Only Controls
The following controls are supported in .NET Framework 4.5.2+.
Get the WPF Demo Explorer
All of our WPF demos are included in a single downloadable desktop explorer.
Explore every feature in the Control Explorer and showcase demos for FlexGrid and FlexChart.
Plus, see the controls in action across several realistic applications, including Sales Dashboard, AdventureWorks Viewer, Stock Analysis, Weather Chart, and more.
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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"Easier to use right off the bat. I liked using the Scheduler for drag-and-drop capability."
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