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  • Jul 01

    New Developer Reference Now Live!

    The new Ektron Developer Reference is now live!

    Advantages include:

    • Documentation is searchable
    • Documentation can be easily printed
    • Easier navigation
    • Identification of when items were added to the API / Product
    • Additional information, such as data classes

    Feedback and corrections, if any, are welcome and can be sent to me at james.stout@ektron.com.

    There is a temporary link to the old reference site on the home page of the new version for those who still need to see those samples.

  • Mar 18

    Ektron 9.1 Pilot Program Announced!

    As we get ready to launch v9.1, we are looking for early adopters to work with us in a v9.1 Pilot Program. Complete this survey to find out more.

  • Feb 26

    Old DevCenter Now Archived

    The old DevCenter site (dev.ektron.com) will be available as a read-only archive only. Things to note:

    1. Your username & password is the same on the new site, developer.ektron.com
    2. Going forward, please use the new URL, developer.ektron.com
    3. The old discussion forums and old KB articles are still available as an archive (read-only)

     

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TreeView Usercontrol

TreeView Usercontrol

Posted in Code Snippets on Feb. 23, 2015 @ 10:11 AM, by Daved

This usercontrol provides a TreeView interface similar to the old Ektron Tree, but with additional features. It allows browsing a folder or taxonomy view to select various items from Folders and Taxonomy Categories, to Content, Assets, and Library items.

Please review the ReadMe in the archive for full details and examples on usage.

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