I am implementing a (Windows/WPF) dialog, which displays a list (companies), the details of the selected item (company name) and some items for that selected item (employees). Since I only need a ...
Great day to everyone. I'm trying to design an application that is basically a to-do list, which of course provides some level of master-detail: a list of tasks and the detail for each task. Now, ...
I'm working on an application page for an insurance company regarding purchasing policies and showing all the detailed information that comes with the policy. The problem I'm facing is knowing how ...
I have a system in which Procedures can be defined. Each Procedure has a series of steps (each step having some attributes) It is reasonable to assume that the user will add all of the steps while ...
Given a dialog with two grid-style tables, what's the best approach to visually showing that the selected row of the left table is what populates the right table? The best I can think of is an arrow ...