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This article describes just another way of using a WPF TreeView to make a Tabbed TreeView that can be used in a File Explorer.

The plan is to write two articles. The second article will be about adding a tabbed FolderPlane to get a minimal toy "File Explorer". The resulting program can serve as a mock-up to experience how well tabs work in a File Explorer. ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 28 May 2012 | Views: 1095 | Categories: WPF
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This article illustrates how to create and style a container control that can be used to create completely ridiculous drop shadows on any contained control. It also shows the principles of how to create a custom WPF control. The shadows might just bring that extra bit of attention to your application or perhaps ruin it - if used on all controls. ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 28 May 2012 | Views: 1022 | Categories: WPF
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The non affine transform is available now in WPF with the tilt shader effect. If you are interested in writing pixel shader effects in WPF or DirectX, you will be very interested in this article.

The Effect is based on transforming a rectangle (the Visual layout rectangle) by its 4 corners. Because of PixelShader2 limits, the Effect is divided into two parts: ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 28 May 2012 | Views: 1846 | Categories: WPF
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I get to teach MVVM pretty often and almost always somebody asks why WPF does not support it "built in".

If we think about it, the CodeBehind and the ViewModel are basically very much alike. They both contain the logic behind the UI, and their sole difference is that since the ViewModel is an all-together a different class, it helps constitute better separation between the logic (ViewModel) and the UI (View).

When you implement MVVM, Visual Studio does not know of the connection between the View and the ViewModel, and therefor you cannot switch between them easily by pressing F ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 13 May 2012 | Views: 1016 | Categories: WPF
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This article presents a Silverlight 5 custom implementation of the Static and Type markup extension, already available in WPF. The Static markup extension is extended with support for calling static methods with parameters, in addition to accessing properties and fields. It also performs conversion to the target property type. ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 29 Feb 2012 | Views: 1751 | Categories: WPF, Silverlight
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Article which describes how to get the same behavior for the decimal key as in Microsoft Excel for a WPF application. ...Read more
Posted by: Marcel
On 16 Feb 2012 | Views: 897 | Categories: WPF
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Posted by: Marcel
On 12 Jan 2012 | Views: 1039 | Categories: WPF
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Posted by: Marcel
On 12 Jan 2012 | Views: 1305 | Categories: WPF
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Posted by: Marcel
On 12 Jan 2012 | Views: 1485 | Categories: WPF
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This article describes how to use the ReportViewer control in a WPF application. The ReportViewer shows a report with subreports which gets the data from an OData service. ...Read more
Posted by: Marcel
On 12 Jan 2012 | Views: 1432 | Categories: WPF
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