Material Design in XAML – How to make sense of the Dialog Host

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August 16, 2018 / No Comment

 
Material Design In XAML (MDIX) is a beautiful theme library that brings Google’s Material Design to your Windows Presentation Framework (WPF) applications. In this tutorial, we look at how easy it is to get started with one of its most powerful controls, the DialogHost. It provides a simple way to display a dialog with information or prompt the […]
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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: Blog, C#, MDIX, WPF

5 Steps to Getting Started with Material Design In XAML

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July 2, 2018 / 1 Comment

Material Design In XAML (MDIX) is a beautiful theme library that brings Google’s Material Design to your Windows Presentation Framework (WPF) applications. In this tutorial, we look at how easy it is to get started and add some beautiful material design to your application.
 
If you have an existing WPF project, you can skip to step two.
Step […]
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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: C#, Windows, WPF

Getting started with Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern using Windows Presentation Framework (WPF)

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September 19, 2017 / No Comment

The Windows Presentation Framework (WPF) is built to take full advantage of the Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern. Though it is possible to create WPF applications without using the MVVM pattern, a little investment in learning can make building WPF applications much simpler.
If you are just getting started with WPF I would suggest taking a look at this getting started guide.
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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: C#, WPF

Something brewing… Not ready for Prime Time.

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September 13, 2007 / No Comment

It’s been quiet on the blogging front for awhile.  Things have been pretty quiet at work and nothing of great value has been discovered.  I have been playing with WPF and WCF a bit.  I hooked up BTS 2006 to a WCF Send Port which was pretty cool.  I didn’t think the transport properties form was very “friendly”.  There were […]
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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, Adapters, BizTalk, LINQ, WCF, WPF