Nevron Docking Panels are extremely rich regarding layout features. Unlimited nesting of panels and groups is supported. Using the Visual Studio Designer, building sophisticated layouts of user interfaces is a snap.
Our Docking Panels provide the user with the most exact WYSIWYG experience via the so-called “Docking Stickers” – visual guides are displayed, pointing to the available dock areas. When a valid dock area is selected, a hint is generated that fills the bounds that a panel would occupy after a successful drop operation.
The built-in document model allows you to create Integrated Development Environments (IDE) within minutes. Three different types of document views are supported – the modern and professional-looking TabbedMdi, the good old StandardMdi and SingleDocument.
Many docking libraries have limitations when it comes to re-arranging panels in floating state. To Nevron Docking Manager, however, it makes no difference where a panel will be dropped – on a floating or docked container.