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Download ASP.NET Controls as part of the ULTIMATE Developer toolkit 

ASP.NET Explorer Bar

Navigate expandable groups of elements using the common navigational UI found across Web sites, windowing environments and applications such as Outlook® 2010 and Windows® 7.

Load on Demand

Groups can load lazily when the user expands them, or cache the content loaded initially to avoid taxing the network. 

ASP.NET Explorer Bar

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Highly Configurable

Control its many behaviors and elements to create accordion-style groups, or whatever look and feel you are after. Enable, disable, mouseover and select items, have your items contain yet other items hierarchically, associate images with items and more.

Configure the explorer bar to behave in one or many different ways. 

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Control Container

Use ASP.NET Templates to display whatever complex content you want within your expanded groups. 

Use the templating feature to display complex information within groups.

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Data Binding

Bind groups and items to your data to create a more easily extensible, data-driven user interface.

Bind to an XML data source control or a hierarchical data source control. 

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Fully Animated

Customize animation effects on expansion and collapse, and set duration and how you want the animated transition to feel (ease-in, bounce, etc.).

Display an animated transition effect when users expand or collapse a group.

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