Tag Archives: WPF

DataGridComboBoxColumn.ItemsSource binding issue

The code below doesn’t work as one would expect, i.e. to allow selecting one value for each item in the DataGrid using ComboBoxes in a secondary column, even if if there is an AvailableValues property in the Window container class … Continue reading

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XAML element properties and cut-paste refactoring

As you know, to set properties for WPF objects in XAML, one uses either attributes or elements, like the Text and LayoutTransform properties of the TextBox element below, respectively: <Border> <TextBlock Text=”Hello!”> <TextBlock.LayoutTransform> <ScaleTransform ScaleY=”2″/> </TextBlock.LayoutTransform> </TextBlock> </Border> Using elements is required when … Continue reading

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Want to learn WPF? Get a book

Originally posted on Sorin Dolha's Blog:
I’ve said it before. In my opinion, WPF is the single contemporary programming technology (disclaimer: among those that I’ve considered myself) that really requires a book to learn it. Otherwise, trying to dig…

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Hyperlinks in standard WPF windows

You can add Hyperlink elements in WPF documents and navigational containers. However, fi you have a standard WPF window, how do you do it? Here is a possible solution: add a TextBlock with a Hyperlink inside it every time needed, and optionally … Continue reading

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What programming language should I learn? (if I were a student)

What programming language should one learn or focus on if he or she was a computer sciences student and intended to work as a software developer? This question was a tough one in the past too, but today it is especially difficult because there are even … Continue reading

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