Microsoft Health Common User Interface (CUI) Controls

MS Health Common UI The Microsoft Health Common User Interface (CUI) provides Design Guidance and Toolkit controls which allow a new generation of safer, more usable and compelling health applications to be quickly and easily created. It is aimed at user interface designers, application developers and patient safety experts who want to find out more about the benefits of a standardized approach to user interface design.

The Microsoft Health CUI Toolkit is a set of .NET controls that help Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) build safe, consistent user interfaces for healthcare applications. Once installed into the Visual Studio Toolbox, full IntelliSense and context-sensitive help are available to help developers understand how to use the various control features.

Controls Delivered in this Release :
-DateLabel (new WPF and Microsoft® Silverlight™ controls)
-TimeLabel (new WPF and Microsoft® Silverlight™ controls)
-AddressLabel (updated WPF and Microsoft® Silverlight™ controls)
-ContactLabel (updated WPF and Microsoft® Silverlight™ controls)
-GenderLabel (updated WPF and Microsoft® Silverlight™ controls)
-Graphing (updated WPF and Microsoft® Silverlight™ controls)
-IdentifierLabel (updated WPF and Microsoft® Silverlight™ controls)
-MedicationsListView (updated WPF and Microsoft® Silverlight™ controls)
-NameLabel (updated WPF and Microsoft® Silverlight™ controls)
-PatientBanner (updated WPF and Microsoft® Silverlight™ controls)
-SingleConceptMatching (updated WPF and Microsoft® Silverlight™ controls)

More : http://www.mscui.net



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