Getting into the first serious WPF project. It seems like there are a lot of basic controls flat out missing. Specifically, I am looking for the Numeric UpDown control. Was there an out of band release that I missed? Really don’t feel like writing my own control.
I do not want to use the WindowsFormHost and plop a WinForm ctl on it. I want it to be fully WPF without any legacy junk.
Simply use the
IntegerUpDown control in the Extended.Wpf.Toolkit
You can use it like this:
Add to your XAML the following namespace:
In your XAML where you want the control use:
<xctk:IntegerUpDown Name="myUpDownControl" />
Answered By – Stacked
Answer Checked By – Marilyn (BugsFixing Volunteer)