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So far, we have published 30 WPF tutorials and articles for beginners and experienced developers, which have been read 1621301 (One Million Six Hundred Twenty One Thousand Three Hundred One) times, with 126 Comments on these articles.

Category WPF Views: 1263
Abstract: Understanding Resources in WPF including difference between static and dynamic resource
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Abstract: Walkthrough for using WPF commanding for enabling / disabling Button with Command Property
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Abstract: System.Windows.Interactivity helps us to associate custom commanding for those WPF elements who do not have the Command property exposed. This article demonstrates how to implement custom behavior without making use of a 3rd party framework.
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Abstract: The MVVM Light toolkit provides a lot of boiler plate code to implement Model-View-ViewModel based applications quickly and gives the user the freedom to customize and design the application. This article shows how to get started with MVVM development for WPF applications.
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Abstract: WPF has a rich charting and graphical capability, however it is time-consuming to build your own charts from groundup. The ModernUI chart library is a free handy library which allows you to quickly display some statistical data in a graphical form. This article shows how to use this Library in your applications.
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Abstract: The DataBinding features provided in WPF 4.5 are very useful for creating Rich Line-Of-Business applications where time and again, the UI needs to be either updated with a collection of data received from external repositories or to perform complex validation checks based upon some complex time consuming logic.
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Abstract: Using WPF we can Read and Write Data to Excel files using OLEDB features. In this article, we will explain this technique with an application.

WPF 4.5: Using Live Shaping

Posted by: Mahesh Sabnis , on 8/14/2013
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Abstract: Using Live Shaping in WPF 4.5, Views can be automatically updated when the collection is changed or in fact, when values in the collection are changed. We will explore this useful feature with an example.
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Abstract: This article shows how to use property triggers in WPF to apply styles to the DataGrid at runtime.
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Abstract: In this article, I have described a scenario where a WPF application is trying to use the task parallel library to load data. The app retrieves data using a WCF service and also accesses data from the local database server. The application dedicates a long running WCF service call to the Task class, so that the call to the service can be made asynchronously.
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Abstract: This article demonstrates that in case of complex data representations like an Editable ListBox, using ItemsControls, we can easily configure Commanding for DataTemplates.
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Abstract: Using Prism 4 application libraries, it is possible for us to attach custom Command and Behavior to any control. This supports code-less application development. In this article, we will use this concept to attach command and behaviour to a WPF Text Box.
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Abstract: This article demonstrates how to create a WPF user control similar to the Silverlight DataForm control.
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Abstract: Prism 4 Commanding and its facility of the CommandBehavior helps us to develop End-To-End application for DML operations using controls like the WPF DataGrid. In this article, we will see a practical implementation of the same.
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Abstract: The WPF DataGrid control has lots of features for data representations and manipulations (like row column drag drop). One of the nicest features of the DataGrid, is that we can change the column position using Drag-Drop. In this article, we will see how to implement Drag and Drop in a DataGrid Row.

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